Natural landscapes: the painterly sky

NOVEMBER MORNING AT CARBURN PARK, CALGARY, ALBERTA

In the strictest sense of the word, this isn’t a natural scene. Carburn Park was created out of a gravel pit operation and now it’s a jewel in the parks system of this western Canadian city. And scenes like this show it’s quite possible to make compelling photographs in overcast conditions. 🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, graduated density (darkening) filter on the sky.

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autumn cloudy sky Calgary Canada

4 thoughts on “Natural landscapes: the painterly sky

  1. A very compelling image, indeed. You raise an interesting issue on when a man-made intrusion into the countryside evolves into a natural landscape (if ever). I guess an answer is when man’s presence has been replaced by nature’s re-growth and re-generation.

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