Rural landcapes: the BIG view


I’m constantly amazed that I live within a 10-minute drive of scenes like this, which are etched in the consciousness of Canadians when they think of western Canada. I went with a shallow depth of field so the focus would be on the near hayroll, yet all the background is still sharp enough to let your imagination roam through it, starting with the distant hayrolls (which serve as a secondary point of visual interest).
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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