Cosmic Challenge: Winter Light

Winter light in a few of the BC mountains.

I shot a series of photos through the car window as we drove through the mountains in -15°C weather. I applied the Photoshop ‘dry brush’ filter to this one which wasn’t included in the original post.
trees & snow on the way to the Kootneys Silver Star Mountain run through Stackables.
Silver Star Mountain in the photo app StackablesThis next set is all at Mount Revelstoke where the light was amazing. This is a shot with a river of clouds run through Pixlromatic.
Revelstoke Mountain with a river of clouds in PixlromaticA different shot of the same river of clouds run through Stackables this time.
Mt Revelstoke river of clouds run through the photo app StackablesThis is down the hill just about to enter that river of clouds. I added some Pixlromatic ‘constellations’ to make it even more mist-ical.
Mt Revelstoke trees in the fog run through the photo app PixlromaticThe sun low in the sky, shining through snow-laden trees.
Mt Revelstoke with the sun shining through the trees run through the photo app Stackables Notes to myself… the formula ‘Spring Bloom which I used on all the shots was too dark for sun shining through the trees so I used ‘Orange Day’ instead. I also tested ‘Winter Fields’ and ‘Nirvana’ formulas. On the iPad Mini 4 Nirvana looked way less yellow than preview once it was saved.

More of K’lee & Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Winter Light.

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