Rural landscapes: the meeting of peaks and prairies

HAY ROLLS AND ROCKY MOUNTAINS, NEAR HIGH RIVER, ALBERTA

A lot more snow has fallen since this scene was photographed in late November. But I still like the bits of white that dot the field. The big telephoto squeezed the distance between the field and the Rocky Mountain front range. Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter 70-300 mm. lens.

Click on the picture for a larger view — and if you do, you’ll see there’s an eagle or hawk perched on the most distant hayroll. Cool, eh? 🙂

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