Natural landscapes: Drops of dew

DEWY GRASS, PETER LOUGHEED PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA

Sometimes it pays to simply put a long telephoto lens on the camera and start lookin’ around. That’s what led to this composition, made on a dewy morning in the spectacular Canadian Rocky Mountains. This is all about the interplay between intersecting lines, along with the interplay between soft and sharp-focus water drops. I like all the empty space in this scene; it seems to allow for unhurried contemplation. Nikon D90, tripod, 70-300 mm. zoom lens.

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