Click the photo to resize for your screen. Scroll to the bottom for image details.
This abstract landscape photograph was captured during fall in White Butte Trails, Saskatchewan. This composition is similar to this one I captured in 2020. Both tell an opposite story of what that fall was like. If 2020 was characterized by dry and warm, 2021 would be characterized by .. well the same thing. Saskatchewan’s autumn in 2021 was another warm, dry fall that featured very little fog, cold, or clouds of any kind. It wasn’t until the last of the aspen leaves fell from the trees that we had our first real frost of the season. Needless to say, I was pretty excited to photograph the collision of my two favourite seasons that morning.
To purchase a luxury fine art print of this photo, please use the button below.