Natural landscapes: a capful of snow


Because it’s on the western side of the Great Divide, this western Canadian lake usually receives a heaping pile of snow every winter. That means more often the not, the trees are laden down with snow, making for great ‘winter wonderland’ pictures.
That was certainly the case during this visit. And that snow-capped rock made for a great focal point. There was almost no colour in the scene, so going black-and-white was a no-brainer to increase the drama.
Nikon D7100, tripod

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