Natural landscapes: the slow approach of spring

ELBOW RIVER, KANANASKIS COUNTRY, ALBERTA

Winter begins to depart with tortoise-like speed in the Canadian Rockies. Often, the slow break-up of ice is halted by a snowstorm or days of frigid cold. Still, there’s a sense of change in the air as the sun is noticeably more direct than even a month earlier.
Notice the distant forests? That’s a new layer of snow on them which adds a welcome light touch to the background of this snow-and-water composition.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: the slow approach of spring

  1. This is a lovely combination of winter and spring, Frank. The wintry bare trees and snow, combined with the flow of water and sunshine. Your talents are a joy.

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