Rural landscapes: the leaving of light

SETTING WINTER SUNLIGHT, UXBRIDGE, ONTARIO

This clean, simple scene definitely lent itself to photography, especially with the rosy hue of sunset casting lovely blue shadows. This area of Uxbridge, a town northeast of Toronto (Canada’s largest city) is near the tiny hamlet of Leaskdale, where Anne of Green Gables author Lucy Maud Montgomery wrote many of her beloved novels. Nikon D50, tripod.

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