Photographer's Note

Eastern Canada has had some highly unusual weather sofar this winter.It poured rain all of Christmas Day causing many rivers to break open once again.But by evening, the rain turned to thick gobs of snow which soon clung to the wet surface of the trees.By morning, the weight of the snow caused the branches to arch down and sometimes break off causing power outages.But on isolated roads like this there was only contrasting beauty to admire.
The normally grey tree trunks stood out because they were still wet from heavy rain.With grey skies above,these dark maples helped to contrast the singularly white tones of the snow.

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Additional Photos by Derek Hill (quegardens) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 561 W: 267 N: 172] (1469)
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