Old Women’s Bay was made famous by Bill Mason. It was his jump off point for many of his canoe trips on Lake Superior. My wife Maureen and I have made many stops here to enjoy the scenery. If you look closely you can make out the old women’s face. There is a nice evening glow on the rocks. You drive down a fairly steep hill towards the bay coming from the north. I set up on the side of the highway for this particular composition.
In order to make this work, I elected to use the evergreens cascading down the hill on either side of the road as my frame. By keeping them dark to enhance the brighter tones of the rocks. At the same time eliminating some of the water.
I am in Nicaragua at the moment enjoying the warm weather. So until next time happy trails.
4 thoughts on “Old Women’s Bay”
Great shot =)
Thank you Ana
Have a great time in Nicaragua, Ken. Lovely shot and history.
Beautiful. Love the light and colours. 😀