Natural landscapes: flowing through the cedar forest

WILMOT CREEK, NEWCASTLE, ONTARIO

It’s rare to get cold and snowy conditions in southern Ontario, so I was glad to have time to take advantage of even a little snow cover on the trees and ice in the rivers and creeks. This photo, fished out of the archives from more than a decade ago, was made from a bridge on Hwy. 115 east of Toronto.
Nikon D50, tripod, polarizing filter

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