Natural landscapes: the somber, silent shoreline

CLOUDY WINTER DAY NEAR DEEP RIVER, ONTARIO

Our visit to this village in eastern Ontario featured about one hour of sunshine in five days. I didn’t let that stop me from venturing out to find compelling landscapes. The introspective simplicity of this scene, along the shore of the semi-frozen Ottawa River, attracted me. As with so many cloudy winter days, there was almost no colour to be had, so I did away with it altogether.
Nikon D7100, tripod, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.

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