Natural landscapes: flowing through the autumn snow

SNOWY GLORY AT TANGLE FALLS, JASPER NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

For years, I knew the amazing conditions you see here would present this amazing waterfall, right beside the road on Canada’s Icefields Parkway, in its very best light. But until a week ago, I was never fortunate enough to be present. Even as my wife and I approached it in our car, I was becoming giddy with excitement – finally, a waterfall that I’d never photographed in a satisfactory way, would be MINE. And it is.  🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter, two darkening filters.

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