This photograph of trees, marking a division between farmer's fields, was taken in late morning, close to St-Roch-de-l'Achigan, which is a half an hour drive from Montreal. In Quebec, winter can be rough. On that exceptional day in late December, the temperature was -35°C (-31°F). There was ice fog; the fine ice crystals suspended in the air smooth and soften contrasts, hide depth of field perception, and fade colours. I found that moment to be simply magical. Winter conditions offer special moments.
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