Rural landscapes: the start of spring

FOOTHILLS MORNING SOUTH OF CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA

The southern half of this western Canadian province is more than 3,000 feet above sea level. As a result, spring comes late and camping isn’t comfortable until June. But even before the green arrives, you can see there are still many beautiful scenes to photograph. Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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6 thoughts on “Rural landscapes: the start of spring

  1. The light is beautiful – those little snatches of sunlight that take us through the image to the distant horizon, following that road. And that tree… Lovely image Frank.

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