Natural landscapes: shadings of light

ABSTRACT SHAPES, GOLDEN, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA

Believe it it or not, these are just piles of dirt in a tiny Canadian Rocky Mountain community. Normally, I wouldn’t even give them a second look. But covered with fresh snow and good morning light? Well, I spent about 45 minutes exploring all the shadings of light and the amazing abstract lines. Definitely the highlight of a photo day throughout B.C. Nikon D7100, tripod, 70-300 mm. lens.

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Golden, British Columbia

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