Rural landscapes: badlands morning
THE GLOW OF SUNRISE, ROSEDALE, ALBERTA
The village of Rosedale is deep in the heart of the badlands in this western Canadian province. I was high on a badlands hill making photos when I saw how the first rays of the day turned the hamlet into a visual delight. So I quickly put a 70-300 mm. lens on my Nikon D90 and made some exposures. During processing, I added blue and removed red in the sky to make it a more visually pleasing contrast.
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