In search for Muskoxen, part II
Only 45 minutes after the picture in the previous post the sun had gone behind the mountains and this changed the colours even more. People often say that snow has to be white. During the past week I’ve paid special attention to the different colours of snow. When there was a blue sky and no direct sunlight (as in this picture) the snow would turn quite blue. With a change in white balance you can make it white again, but I choose to leave it as it is.
In this picture I made the snow a little lighter in Aperture.