Through most of January my part of Ontario had been denied a proper winter, so when I had the urge to go out and shoot in the snow I decided to head a little further North to the little town of Belfountain. I had been tipped off to a conservation area by a fellow photographer Bill Smith and decided to check it out for myself. I saw a couple people when I first got to the park but for a majority of my time there it was blissfully empty. Photography has always been a solo thing for me, so being able to enjoy the snow choked nature alone was perfect. Of course as I was swinging back in I happened across none other than Bill Smith. It’s a small world.
Nikon F4 – AF Nikkor 35mm 1:2D – Kodak Ektar 100