Natural landscapes: down in the damp

FIR TREE, SIFFLEUR CANYON, KOOTENAY PLAINS ECOLOGICAL RESERVE, ALBERTA

After photographing a glorious waterfall in this canyon, I was starting on the four-kilometre walk back to the van when I looked down and saw this wonderful natural symmetry. After some careful manoeuvring to get everything just right, I made a loooong exposure to make the thrashing water silky so it wouldn’t distract you from enjoying the balanced relationship between tree, rock and water.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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