The afternoon of March 28, 2014 saw me touring up on the prairie on Hudson Bay Mountain. The way that the light fell on the drift in front of me caught my eye. There was something about the form of the snow and how the darkness of the shadow gave definition and shape to it. Looking back now the thing that strikes me is how that fascination has grown over the years. I still find snowdrifts one of the most interesting and ever-changing subjects to photograph.