Natural landscapes: the fickleness of late winter

CHINOOK MELTING IN
WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK,
ALBERTA

Chinooks – warm, blustery wind that blows in from the west – are quite common along the front ranges of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. In a matter of hours, chinooks can transform a wintery landscape into a warm and wet spring melt.
I liked the patterns created by this melt and spent considerable time working them into what I hope are interesting images like this.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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