Urban landscapes: the glow of cottonwoods
AUTUMN AT BOWNESS PARK, CALGARY, ALBERTA
One of the oldest parks in this western Canadian city is a stunning place to capture fall colours. If conditions are right, it’s hard to make a bad picture here. I went for this vertical wide-angle perspective because the fluorescent cottonwood trees seem to soar over your head.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter
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