Natural landscapes: spring’s winter reminder

APRIL SNOW AT WEASELHEAD FLATS NATURAL ENVIRONMENT PARK, CALGARY, ALBERTA

A day earlier we were wearing T-shirts and roasting marshmallows at our backyard fire pit. Now, I was back in full winter garb and excited to capture a spring snowfall. One of the nice things about spring snow in this western Canadian province is many of the ponds and rivers are ice-free and that usually makes for better photos. This is, I hope, a good example of that and I went black-and-white because there was almost no colour in this scene.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky

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