Rural landscapes: the end of winter

PRAIRIE SELF-PORTRAIT, NEAR AIRDRIE, ALBERTA, CANADA

Man, I love my red winter coat. It’s been useful in almost a half-dozen compositions just in the last few months. When I decided to put me into this scene, I thought it might work to keep me in colour and make the rest of the solitary prairie landscape black and white. Works pretty well, eh?  Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Prairies Canada Alberta spring black and white

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