Natural landscapes: say hello to the new day


As you can see, spring takes its time arriving in southern Alberta, but it’s always worth the wait. I was blessed to find a high vantage point to photograph this part of the park, which is southeast of Calgary. The lack of wind was also a rare and welcome factor. Here’s another Wyndham-Carseland Provincial Park photo from the same morning:
Nikon D7100 tripod, polarizing filter, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: say hello to the new day

  1. I really enjoyed this photo, Frank. Wonderful to see so far and have this expansive view, and the clarity and detail make this breathtaking. This is an interesting angle to the Bow River, too, with the islands and numerous tributaries.

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