Ice in Johnston Canyon close to the upper falls.
Back from Camrose with a minimalist photo for you. Keeping almost everything outside of the frame of the photo puts much more emphasis on what is there – the tones, the quality of line. And in photography especially it is difficult to keep a composition simple. It is easy for little things to sneak in – the world is a busy and complicated place. It can be a sort of zen exercise to focus on a simple subject and to remove everything else.
This is the Saskatchewan River last winter.
Last week we had our first thunderstorm of the season! Despite my aversion to being struck by lightning I can’t resist a good storm. So I headed out to Hasse Lake to take a few photos: