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Drumheller AreaDrumheller, AlbertaApril 3, 2019Also from this trip: Keep going there's still more! Drumheller AreaWith this being my first trip to this area I decided to make use of the whole day, driving to all of the tourist spots and trying to find places to come...
Keep going there’s still more!
Since I started photography, I’ve been of the mindset that the mountains have much more photographic value than the prairies, but with winter still being around the mountains for another month, I’ve decided to venture out to the prairies.
For this first stop, I’m at horseshoe canyon, a small expanse of badlands to get a taste of the what kind of scenery I can look forward to around Drumheller.
One thing I learned in this short trip is that the badlands have many challenges when it comes to photography, mainly this time of year, there’s not a whole lot of color to work with.
While roaming around trying to find a composition that utilized the soft light of sunrise, I spot this little section that had a lot of details. It’s was only when I got closer that I realized this small section blend nicely into the background.
Focal Length: 18mm
Apr. 3, 2019 | 7:08am
I can’t say I particularly like taking pictures of mud, but in this case the amount of texture and color caught my interest. It reminded me of a flowing river and how this patterns created by flowing water taken on that appearances once the water has dried up.
Focal Length: 28mm
Apr. 3, 2019 | 7:22am
It’s amazing the shapes that form in this terrain, the super intricate curves in the dirt with cracks from aging are really nice to look at.
Focal Length: 16mm
Apr. 3, 2019 | 7:28am
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