Rural landscapes: the rare snowy morning

WILKET CREEK AND RAILROAD BRIDGE, TORONTO, ONTARIO

My photographic world was a different place when I made this photo back in 2000. I was still using a film camera (and slide film); I sold it off because the film and processing was too expensive. That turned out to be a fortuitous decision, since digital cameras were on the cusp of taking over.
Winter weather like this, with snow clinging to branches, is relatively rare in Canada’s largest city, so I was definitely blessed to capture this scene.
Pentax medium-format film camera, tripod, polarizing filter

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