Country roads in the Prairie Landscape
Go back to the first image. Very similar, but....a different feel. Which do you prefer?
Sunrise over Three Hills, Alberta
Which do you prefer, the first one or this one? Why?
Morning clouds on the prairies.
Raining. Which do you prefer, this one, or the next one? Why?
It's an interesting question.
Depth of field. Pun intended.
I hope that Takeo Tanabe would like this one. Very simple and yet subtle. Which of the next four do you prefer?
What is that on the right horizon? Does it add to the image?
Similar, but...more foreground. What do you think?
Probably too different to compare with the first three?
East of Drumheller
Similar, but... less subtle, more geometric. Have you been here? Have you seen this?
More centered, yet, a subtle second yellow line. Different, but is it comparable?
Even simpler and more subtle. Do you see with a left bias or a right bias?
A subtle hint of green. What do you think?
This image isn't simple, but...I think that there are subtleties. The vertical lines draw you into the image and then you can wonder around and explore.
Cloud shadows drift across the fields of flax and canola. This image makes me thinking somehow of drumming. Or perhaps, waves. Waves of Flax. How do you feel?
I think this is flax? The smell is incredible, very sweet. See the next simlar image. Do you like two lines of Canola or one?
Similar, but different.
Three images, all similar, but subtly different. Which do you prefer? Cows and pump jacks?
Does the fence add to the image? This image stirs emotions in my heart. I feel like I've been there, which, of course, I have.
The prairie is not just flat. Near the Handhills, near Hanna, you can see rolling hills.
Canola field on a cloudy morning. Which do you prefer, this one or the next one? Why?
The first image has more foreground, but this one has layers. Which do you prefer?
Similar, but different. Do the trees and clouds add, or do they take away?
A pastel morning