Natural Landscapes: Holding on to the dew

PINE TREE, PETER LOUGHEED PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA

I love how a big telephoto lens – in this case, a 70-300 mm. zoom – can isolate an artistic detail and throw all the competing visual elements nicely out of focus. That’s what happened one morning in this Rocky Mountain park in western Canada. If I recall correctly, I used the flash on my Nikon D90 to brighten up the picture a bit.

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