Natural landscapes: Winter in the Badlands
WINTER IN THE BADLANDS
One of my favourite photo locales in Alberta is Dinosaur Provincial Park, about 2 hours drive southeast of Calgary (where I call home). It’s a stunning area of badlands and one of the most important dinosaur fossil areas in the world. I especially love winter there, because few people have seen badlands covered in snow.
This photograph was made back in 2003, before I switched to digital. I used a Nikon FM2, tripod and polarizing filter. By then I was getting my Velvia slides automatically scanned onto CDs during processing, so I had a good digital file to work with.
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