Natural landscapes: winter in monotone
TWELVE MILE CREEK, NEAR ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO
This is a colour photo, believe it or not. But overcast conditions produced this result, which I like because of the soft lines of snow and the diagonal slash of the water. A highlight of this photo outing was my booted foot plunging through the ice and producing a cringe-inducing “soaker”. Nikon FM2 film camera, Velvia slide film, tripod.
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