Natural landscapes: enduring the cold

PETAWAWA RIVER, PETAWAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA

Oh, man. It was cold that morning. We’re talking -30 cold. So cold I just didn’t want to take off my gloves long enough to put on darkening filters and go for a long exposure to make the water silky. No, I hurredly set up the tripod, put a polarizing filter on my 18-70-mm. lens, made a few exposures, then walked hurriedly back to the car. All along that return trip, I kept flexing my fingers to try and keep some feeling in them.

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