Rural landscapes: along the winter fence

LONG-GONE FARMLAND, UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO

I plunged deep into the archives to find this scene, photographed on negative film ‘way back in the 1980s just north of Toronto (Canada’s largest city). These fields have long been replaced by a ritzy golf course, but I’ll always have this photo to remind me of how beautiful the area was.
Nikon FM2 film camera, tripod, polarizer

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2 thoughts on “Rural landscapes: along the winter fence

  1. It’s so great that you have this photo, Frank, to remind you what it looked like before the golf course went in. This photo is so very beautiful and does a great job of capturing the vastness of the field.

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