Rural landscapes: windswept in winter

FENCE AND DISTANT TREE ALONG BASIN ROAD, ALBERTA

Found this scene while driving any old road I felt like going on deep in the hills and foothills of the southern half of this western Canadian province. I carefully composed the photo to put the tree between two fence posts, then kept it out of focus so it would complement, rather than compete, with the posts. I love how this scene glows with glittering COLD.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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