Natural landscapes: when the ice cometh


Freezing rain is a common winter occurence in southern Ontario. It creates havoc for people who have to chip the ice off their windshields, but look what it does to simple weeds! I think the one on the right is shriveled Queen Anne’s Lace. I went for a shallow depth of field, which made the background — and its subtle shades of beige and off-white — quite complementary.
Nikon D50, tripod.

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Wander through my coffeetable photography book “Special Places: A Landscape Photographer’s Vision of Southern Ontario”:

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