Natural landscapes: the beckoning spring

CAMERON CREEK, WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK, ALBERTA

The strong diagonal lines of old, melting snow, creek and rocky land attracted my eye to this scene. That it all starts with an imposing mountain didn’t hurt, either.  🙂  This is one of the windiest national parks in Canada; so windy that it prevents most of the lake around the Waterton townsite from freezing.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Waterton Rockies stream snow

4 thoughts on “Natural landscapes: the beckoning spring

  1. Your eye for lines is impressive, Frank. This is a soothing photo while still expressing the strength of the mountain and the chill of the air. And I love that the bridge has horizontal lines to add. Fantastic composition.

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