Monday, February 22, 2010

West Coast Frost

Winter Olympic Art Day 11

Canada's West coast doesn't get a lot of a real winter compared to the rest of the country unless high up in the mountains, but every once and and while the temperatures drop to well below freezing including the beaches on the edge of the Pacific ocean, because of the moisture laden air, much that descends on anything on the ground as thick heavy frost like this driftwood tree stump that I found at Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island. The picture was made with my 8 x10 view camera and a 300 mm lens .

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