Calgary's weather can be a real roller coaster ride no mater what time of year but late February and early March can be the most unpredictable. Today, after a week of nice weather, we had a nice dump of snow over night returning our fair city to a blanket of white. Since the temperature is still somewhat mild I decided to take a walk to explore the photographic opportunities.
While I was on my way back to my car after my walk, a teacher and his students from a school near Edworthy Park passed me. Noticing my camera he asked if I had seen anything interesting. When you look around at the surrounding scenery it was fairly monochromatic and flat. However I told him that if you look for the small things, the details, the hidden jems, there was lots to see and photograph. Here are a few examples from my walk.
Bolt and broken fence pipe.
Small red berry and leaves.
Lock on a power box.
Macro shot of the tip of a tall grass stalk.
Abstract of branches with snow.
Unbroken snow on the path.