Rural landscapes: before the colour arrives
EARLY SPRING IN THE FOOTHILLS NEAR CALGARY, ALBERTA
At this elevation (1,000 metres above sea level), spring tends to arrive a little later. That means we deal with a few more weeks of brown fields. But it all looks pretty good with a white fence and golden evening light.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.
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