1.19.2009

Spot The Differences


I received a contribution photo from swc over the weekend. On January 16, I posted a black and white photo of the Vermillion River while standing on a walking path bridge facing west. The contribution photo is from the exact same location, facing west, but taking during the peak of summer. One can hardly tell these are indeed the same location. The river bank on the left is fairly easy to make out in both photos. Also on the left bank, there is a crop of birch trees, those are, in my account, the easiest to make out between both season photos.

2 comments:

Snapshutter said...

That's one nice thing about winter photos, you see land features normally hidden.

Michelle said...

Absolutely stunning!