Rural landscapes: the river and the fog

CROWSNEST RIVER AND RAILWAY BRIDGE, LUNDBRECK, ALBERTA

I went to photograph Lundbreck Falls, just downstream from this spot, in mysteriously foggy conditions. Once finished there, I wandered upstream and found this compelling composition. When photographing the falls, the railway bridge often seems to be a barely tolerated intrusion, but it’s key to making this photograph work.
There was barely any colour to be had, so this black-and-white treatment is my favourite. Nevertheless, you can see the scene in colour here: http://bit.ly/FoggyRiver.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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