Rural landscapes: from the fence to the peaks

FENCELINE VIEW, GLENBOW RANCH PROVINCIAL PARK NEAR COCHRANE, ALBERTA

One of this western Canadian province’s newest provincial parks features outstanding views ranging from the Bow River below to the mighty Rocky Mountains. I was blessed to visit on a sweet morning of autumn light; a very shallow depth of field put the background out of focus just enough to put the emphasis on the fence, but still give you a clear picture of the stunning scenery.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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One thought on “Rural landscapes: from the fence to the peaks

  1. This is a fantastic photo, Frank, bringing the chill of your snowy autumn, as well clarity of this vast open space to the viewer. I liked knowing what river, mountains, and park we were viewing, too.

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