Natural Landscapes: cold and fresh

WINTER AT WEBSTER FALLS, NEAR HAMILTON, ONTARIO

The ravine below this glorious waterfall, west of Toronto (Canada’s largest city), is a fantastical place during winter months. Snow combines with freezing mist to create an almost otherworldly environment that I “worked” with the camera for several hours. A long exposure was important here, to make the falling water silky and provide a contrast to the hard edges of the snow. Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter.

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