Natural landscapes: flowing through the snowy landscape

SINCLAIR CREEK, KOOTENAY NATIONAL PARK, BRITISH COLUMBIA

I liked the curve of the stream and the mix of rocks and white water, until I looked at the resulting picture in my camera viewer. Then I thought “meh, big deal.” When I got home, uploaded all the photos into my desktop and looked again, the minimalism of the composition really grabbed me. The only colour was the rocks, so I knew I’d create a monotone version to remove the colour distraction. (That said, here is the colour version for you to compare: https://bit.ly/SinclairCreekWinter.)

Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, neutral density (darkening) filter

Click on the picture for a larger view.

Want to buy this picture? Email me and I’ll make it happen! (fdking@hotmail.com).

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