Rural landscapes: Colour in the midst of a struggling spring

WAGON ON THE PRAIRIES NEAR CARBON, ALBERTA

This scene looks like mid-winter, but it’s mid-April. On the Canadian prairies, that often means random snow days that leave fields looking many months away from planting.
I was driving a random road when this ornamental wagon came into view. I so loved the glowing colours amidst a muted landscape that I went all the way and turned everything but the wagon – and the ground it’s on – into black-and-white. You can see the scene in full colour here: https://bit.ly/PrairieWagon
Nikon D7100, tripod, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.

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Wander through my NEW coffeetable photography book, “Bring on the Light: Forty years of photography”: https://bit.ly/BringOnTheLight

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