During a snowshoe trek with my camera at the Pimbina sector of the Mt-Tremblant National Park, I was hunting for shapes, curves, shadows, textures, and patterns. Passing through this location, my atten-tion was captured by an open space bordered by trees and filled with multiple tree shadows. The snow’s texture, its purity and the ice crystals floating on that magic carpet also fascinated me. For those conditions, I had learned the importance of exposure to the right (ETTR). The many aspects of snow define for me the beauty of winter, and in late afternoon, shadows are more pronounced. Each time I put on my snowshoes I anticipate those marvelous moments.
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