Natural landscapes: the mirrored autumn pool


Visit here at the exact right time, in the right weather, and you’re practically guaranteed to come away with a camera full of eye-popping, almost flourescent photographs of the glory of autumn.
Although I usually go there for landscape pictures, Inglewood is a birder’s paradise. It’s also near the mighty Bow River, which flows out of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, so there are good photo opportunities there, too.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, enhancing filter (probably), graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: the mirrored autumn pool

  1. What a spectacular photo, Frank!. The colors are stupendous, the autumn trees and the reflection — this photo makes me feel like I’m right there at the lake. Wonderful to be introduced to the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, thank you.

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