Natural landscapes: When snow invades the forest

WINTER AT GLENBOW RANCH PROVINCIAL PARK, NEAR COCHRANE, ALBERTA

The seemingly random pattern of snowy cottonwood tree trunks grabbed my attention. The trick was to photography them in such a way as to make sense of all the directions of the trunks, and enhance the scene with the wild grass at the bottom. How did I do?
PS: this section of forest has a path through it and I tried a photo with me in the scene. Here’s the result: https://wp.me/p2ccTX-10P.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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