Rural landscapes: I walk the line

RAILROAD TRACK BETWEEN GOLDEN AND RADIUM, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

There’s a wonderful road between these two communities in the eastern part of this province (an area that often sees more licence plates from neighbouring Alberta than B.C. plates). I drove it on a crisp winter day looking for potential compositions. This turned out to be one of them. I used a bit of a telephoto to make the distance mountains more prominent.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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