A Dog of A Stump

As I am out photographing I am always on the lookout for something unique.Last June while camping on Killarney Provincial Park, Paul Smith and I were canoeing along the shoreline.The lake we were on was Killarney Lake.This is a large lake with clear turquoise blue water.We spotted a group of stumps along the shoreline in a little cove.I selected this particular one where the top of the stump was in the shape of a dog’s head.I set up the tripod and Canon 7D at the waters edge.By placing the stump in the foreground and the lens at f22 for depth I captured this composition.The water is so clear here that you can see the texture of the rocks underwater.

With an eye for detail you will be able to spot many such subjects such as this.Also bear in mind that it is the angle that you look that has a bearing on what you see.While that is it for this post.I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a safe one.I would like to thank everyone for coming for a visit.So until next time happy trails.

8 thoughts on “A Dog of A Stump”

  1. Another wonderful picture. All the best to you and Maureen during this Christmas Season.

    I wonder IF you stayed up late Christmas Eve IF you could get a picture of Santa flying over head??? Oh how that would go over well for so many.

    Merry Christmas may 2012 bring you everything you need and God Bless you and your family.

  2. That certainly is a terrific shot Ken. I love the twists and turns of the driftwood. Its really amazing what you can find out there on your walks!
    Merry Christmas Ken to you and your family!! Wishing you all the best for the New Year!

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