Rural landscapes: big sky country

BIRD HOUSE AND PRAIRIES, SOUTH OF MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA

The day was stinking hot and dry, but the empty prairies were truly epic, especially with the distant thunderheads. The key was making sure the fence and clouds were perfectly aligned. How did I do? Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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birdhouse Canada prairies summer

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