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One winter day while I was leading a photography workshop at Abraham Lake, the wind was so strong that it was virtually impossible for anyone in the group to keep self or camera steady enough for classic, sharp landscape photographs. So I made this photo to illustrate deliberately rolling with windblown, blurred conditions, rather than fighting them. Later I decided I quite enjoyed the composition. It evokes for me the way we follow in the footsteps of others who went before us, occasionally (if we’re aware) perceiving a lingering remnant of their past presence within our current circumstances. Who will follow in our footsteps, one day? And what echoes of our passing may they perceive?
Following After, Abraham Lake
Nordegg Alberta Canada


One winter day while I was leading a photography workshop at Abraham Lake, the wind was so strong that it was virtually impossible for anyone in the group to keep self or camera steady enough for classic, sharp landscape photographs. So I made this photo to illustrate deliberately rolling with windblown, blurred conditions, rather than fighting them. Later I decided I quite enjoyed the composition. It evokes for me the way we follow in the footsteps of others who went before us, occasionally...
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  • lake
  • winter
  • frozen
  • ice
  • snow
  • mountain
  • wind
  • memory
  • remnants
  • exploring
  • exploration
  • painting
  • digital painting
  • B&W
  • black and white
  • Abraham Lake
  • David Thompson Country
  • Alberta
  • Canada