I was hiking the Superior shorelines South of the Clearwater River mouth. The location was within the Lake Superior Provincial Park Boundry. I came upon an interesting stretch of rock that had unique patterns to it. Baldhead can be seen in the background. The Indian head seen in The Keeper post is now to the North of me. The sky is cloudy. It has been threaten to rain all day. Lake Superior was relatively calm. Gently lapping on the rocks.
Thus I set up my tripod and Canon 7D to capture this scene. There is tremendous depth in this composition. The water foaming along the rocky shoreline. You will notice a touch of green and yellow water three-quarters into composition. This adds a nice effect. Remember that Lake Superior is very clear. I must say that I covered a lot of shoreline in my two weeks in August here and I managed about 10 good shots for my effort. This type of photography demands time and patience. In the end the reward is justified.
I was up on Lake Superior last week for 3 days. Was not successful this time out. The weather was not on my side. Rain and snow my last day there. So until next time happy trails
3 thoughts on “Superior Shores”
This is absolutely gorgeous
Interesting lighting Ken , love the rock formation colours, its a keeper , thanks for sharing ….