Rural landscapes: the road to Greenbank

SUMMER MORNING ALONG HIGHWAY 12, SCUGOG TOWNSHIP, ONTARIO

I was photographing a charming dirt road at the top of a hill when I looked south towards the village of Greenbank. I saw the wonderful shadows cast across Hwy. 12 and the strong colours created by the morning light and the line of trees. A long telephoto lens isolated this small section of landscape, omitting the distracting off-white sky.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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