Rural landscapes: as the snow melts

PATTERNS OF SPRING SNOW, NEAR AIRDRIE, ALBERTA

This just shouts SPRING, doesn’t it? There’s a surprising amount of colour and contrast in this scene on the Canadian prairies, aided by the slanting afternoon sun. It took a bit of work to position the snow and the old building correctly in relation to each other and to the overall composition. I think I pulled it off. Agree?
NikonD7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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snow spring Alberta prairies Canada

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