Rural landscapes: the frigid river

DEEP FREEZE FOG ON THE BOW RIVER, COCHRANE, ALBERTA

The temperature was crazy cold (-25c ) and most water was frozen over in the southern half of this western Canadian province, but I thought there might be a chance of open water west of Calgary, so I ventured to Cochrane and was rewarded with superb, epic winter conditions.
I wore long underwear, my heaviest winter coat, toque and two pairs of gloves to make this photo. And as you can see, it was absolutely worth the discomfort.  🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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