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Canada in December | Photograph by Jeff Wizniak (@jeff_the_wiz)
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“A strong feeling of isolation in this image as the placement of the house near the right corner of the frame leaves us with some nice space to the left side of the image,” writes @natgeoyourshot Producer Matt Adams (@themattadams). “I love the tones as well, the sun setting in the background makes the horizon look like it just goes on forever. Great work here, Jeff.”

@natgeo asked their Facebook community to write a Holiday Haiku inspired by Jeff Wizniak’s photo; you selected this one by Lydia Eilen
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Darkened threshold calls.
In the hearth, snowy ashes.
From life, emptiness.

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Canada in December | Photograph by Jeff Wizniak (@jeff_the_wiz)
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“A strong feeling of isolation in this image as the placement of the house near the right corner of the frame leaves us with some nice space to the left side of the image,” writes @natgeoyourshot Producer Matt Adams (@themattadams). “I love the tones as well, the sun setting in the background makes the horizon look like it just goes on forever. Great work here, Jeff.”
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@natgeo asked their Facebook community to write a Holiday Haiku inspired by Jeff Wizniak’s photo; you selected this one by Lydia Eilen
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Darkened threshold calls.
In the hearth, snowy ashes.
From life, emptiness.

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John E. Campbell

Looks like a very lonely spot. But maybe at one point it had life.

David Gardiner

Unreal! I love this

Samantha Denman

@eleni003 omg I love this

Eleni Connors

@samanthad04 the ultimate abandoned home

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