Natural landscapes: the cold, cold sunrise
SHORELINE ICE, OTTAWA RIVER, PETAWAWA, ONTARIO
When I’m visiting family in the eastern part of this Canadian province, Petawawa is my go-to spot for photography.
The town is known for its military base, not its scenery, but I always find lots to photograph there any time of year.
In this case, I loved the ragged line of light formed by ice, and how it leads your eyes to fog over the open water.
Nikon D7100, tripod, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.
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Exquisite work of art here, Frank — you captured the temperature, the elements, and time of day…all of it with great beauty.
Beautiful capture Frank! Love the composition and the blue colours:)