Natural landscapes: when morning strikes
LOOKING NORTH FROM CYPRESS HILLS PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA, CANADA
This park, in the deep south of Alberta, is a rarity – it continues east into the province of Saskatchewan, making it an ‘interprovincial’ park. I overnighted here in 2009, sleeping in my car so I could photograph deep into dusk and then be up in plenty of time to capture this sunrise. The landscape in this telephoto view reminds me of the famed, much-photographed Palouse region in the U.S. state of Washington.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.
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