A Fall View


A winter storm has blown in this morning. Spring has been cold here so far.So I thought I would post a lovely Fall scene. This composition was taken at the bottom of The Ladder on John’s Creek in the Onaping area. There was not full color of Fall. But enough color to highlight the scene. I captured the slow moving water  with its unique patterns from the water flow. The rocks in foreground  give depth. Gorgeous colored reflections and color on the rocks. This scene was also taken in late evening. A lovely composition to enjoy on a stormy day.

Below are two painting produced by local Sudbury artist Bill Whitaker.

For more of Bill’s work check here.

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


~ by kenben on 04/12/2013.

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