Natural landscapes: when autumn and winter collide

SEPTEMBER SNOWFALL, BIG HILL SPRINGS PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA

Mixing snow with autumn colours usually makes for compelling pictures and this scene is proof. I was glad to get a slightly higher perspective in order to better capture the stream flowing through a woodland landscape.
This park is just a half-hour drive from my home in Calgary. It’s one of my reliable “go-to” photo locations when drab weather eliminates other places that require blue skies for good pictures.

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