There are many interesting peaks along the Trans Canada Highway in Rogers Pass, British Columbia, and at a focal length of 500mm, it's easy to isolate those particularly interesting segments of a fascinating snowy landscape from what would otherwise be a pleasant but generally mundane snowy fresco.
This image of a shadow-strewn peak behind the intentionally overlooked foreground blanket-whiteness of Lookout Col is a prime example of how you can massage a dramatic mood out of an everyday afternoon mountain vista that would have been a boring, snow-blind sheet of whiteness with a typical ultra-wide 14 or 16mm landscaper's lens.
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