Making Use of Rock Structures


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A short half hour canoe ride brings you to a stretch of fast water that has some interesting photo opportunities. The location is the Aux Sauble River North of Massey Ontario. This scene was interesting in that on the West side of the river was an unique rock structure. The face of the rock was smooth and dished from constant wear by water over countless years. There is a nice overhang of Pine branches on the far shoreline. I set up my tripod and my Canon 7D to use the rock structure on the right as my lead in to the composition.

Well that is it for this week. Thanks for stopping by. Until next time happy trails.

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~ by kenben on 02/07/2013.

2 Responses to “Making Use of Rock Structures”

  1. I like the textures in this image from the rocks to the trees and the flowing water. The contrast of the vibrant greenery against the rocks also works well for this photo.

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