Natural landscapes: shivering in the cold

STEAMY KANANASKIS RIVER, BOW VALLEY PROVINCIAL PARK, ALBERTA

The temperature must be very VERY cold to produce steam on a river in the front ranges of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. And so it was that morning. I was out of the van just long enough to set up the tripod and make this exposure before returning to the warmth. But it was worth the shivering, wasn’t it?
Nikon D7100, tripod, graduated density (darkening) filter on the mountain and sky.

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