Rural landscapes: the frosty winter fence

FRIGID WEATHER NEAR GLENBOW RANCH PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA

The temperature was -25C – perfect conditions to make authentic winter pictures, so out I went with the camera. It was so, SO cold that I couldn’t spend much time outside of the car. Thankfully, this beautiful scene was beside the road, so I had time to make several photos. This is the best of the bunch.
Nikon D7100, tripod, fill-flash (to make the fence ‘pop’ against the background)

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