The surface of the lake is like an enchanted mirror

The lake is bathed in reflected images of the surrounding shorelines.

The sun has yet to crest the Eastern horizon

There is mist among the scattered islands

The isles appear as ghostly silhouettes,guardians of the lake

The La Cloche Mountains hidden behind a veil of mist

Awaiting the warmth of the morning light

From out of the mist,the lonely call of the Common Loon can be heard

I thought I would do something different this post.I am not a poet.I thought I would put down the above thoughts as they came to me while I viewed this photo in print.It was truly an enchanting morning in the wilderness on OSA Lake in Killarney Provincial Park.It took a four day and a five day trip into OSA to capture this photo along with others.

That is it for this post.Happy trails.


~ by kenben on 10/17/2011.

11 Responses to “Daybreak”

  1. Stunning photo–has a bit of an Asian flair to it.

  2. Wow. Beautiful!

  3. Love this shot Ken. Gorgeous light.

  4. Very nice. Thank you for sharing.

  5. I know that tree and island and this shot is breath taking. Thanks Ken

  6. Again, Ken, I have to admit that you do stunning work! I really look forward to your posts, and like to peruse your photos in the early morning when I’m having my first coffee of the day!

    • Thank you Molly.I appreciate your comments. It has been a great year for me photographing in Killarney Provincial Park

  7. stave Nice post, thank you. Do you have a Youtube account?

  8. Beautiful! So serene…

  9. Awesome website…

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