Rural landscape: the road to stormy weather
JUMPING POUND ROAD AND SUMMER SLOUGHS, WEST OF CALGARY, ALBERTA
I was up and on the road for sunrise (which, at this time of year, is about 5:30 a.m.), but there were too many clouds. Fortunately, conditions cleared enough that when I found this scene, the light was good and the sky was interesting. Later that day, parts of Calgary were pummeled by the worst hailstorm in many years.
Nikon D7100, tripod, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.
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