Natural landscapes: the monotone mountain view


The light was decent and the sky interesting, so I put a telephoto zoom lens on the camera and captured Rocky Mountain views like this from a viewpoint near the Saskatchewan River crossing. The colour version is good, but going black-and-white increased the drama. A heatwave arrived a few days later and melted many of the snow patches you see here.
Nikon D7100, 70-300 mm. zoom lens, tripod, polarizing filter

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