Natural landscapes: winter, trying to hang on


While I’m as eager as anyone else to say goodbye to winter, I do like snow in April. By then, most of the water bodies are open and the snow tends to be wet, which means it sticks to the trees (as in this picture). So I had a great time at this urban park, coming away with many “keeper” images.
This scene had almost no colour, so it was an easy decision to go monotone. Here’s a wider perspective of the same location on the same day:
Nikon D7100, tripod

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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