Rural landscapes: the curves of a prairie spring

NOSE CREEK, NEAR AIRDRIE, ALBERTA

Spring is usually very short on the southern Alberta prairies – just a few weeks without snow until the green finally arrives in mid-May. To most folks, that in-between time doesn’t seem very photogenic, but I knew if I was diligent, I could find something compelling. I think the curves of this stream and the dramatic sky fit the bill, yes?
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, two graduated density (darkening) filters on the sky

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