Natural landscapes: the pause before winter
NOVEMBER AT SPRAY LAKE, KANANASKIS, ALBERTA
I enjoyed a relatively warm day in the Canadian Rockies, where the snow on the heights had not yet descended into the valleys. As I wandered around the lakeshore, this scene presented itself.
I made a strategic decision to arrange the composition to omit the lake (hidden behind the grass) and squeeze the tree trunk against the green forest, winter peaks and blue-bird sky.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter
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