Rural landscapes: the glow of spring frost

FROSTY LANDSCAPE NEAR BRAGG CREEK, ALBERTA

It was one of those days when I had to work hard to NOT make great photos of this transformed western Canadian landscape. This charming road was just north of the Trans Canada Highway; while traffic roared past on that route, I didn’t see a single vehicle during my time on this dirt trail.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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One thought on “Rural landscapes: the glow of spring frost

  1. As I read your words here, Frank, the photo was not yet present. Then I cursored down and heard me whisper, “Oh wow.” Spectacular photo. This is why we love back roads…and superb photographers. Love the magic here.

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