The little island on Wolf Lake from a different perspective
An Evening at Dora Bay, Lake Superior.
Just South of Wawa
I drove into the Michipicoten First Nation for a photo shoot.
There was a beautiful sandy beach here
A number of rock islands not far from shore attracted my attention
I spent the evening photographing along the shoreline
The shores of Lake Superior are known for there ruggedness.
This composition features part of the shoreline
Found at Pukaskwa National Park
The rock structures are predominantly grey in color
With plant life that can be found in the Arctic
You will notice the evergreens that have reddish tops .
A sign of a disease maybe
AS a photographer i use that touch of color to my benefit.
It adds contrast and color to the photo.
It is to be observant to pick up on these small details
You may also notice the interesting cloud formation that morning
One of the many island to be found along the lake superior shores.
Captured on an evening with a storm brewing.
Lake Superior Provincial Park
A windy stormy day
Killbear Provincial Park
The famous pint tree
A favorite of Bill Whittaker, a fine artist
Then on the 5th day
I captured this scene
Killarney Provincial Park
It was a rainy morning off and on. The date September 15 2018. I spent the night in Nakusp British Columbia. My brother was part of the Rocky Mountain Motogiro 2018. I had been asked to photograph the event. Summit Lake was our first stop to photograph the motorcycles passing through.
I captured this beautiful scene in between capturing the Motorcycles passing by.
Mica Bay, Lake Superior. This was one of my enjoyable evenings spent exploring the shoreline of Mica Bay, Lake Superior.
The evening was becoming late as I observed this scene. The lake was rolling gently. The exposure would be long. That would create a dreamy affect on the water. More so in the foreground. I cast around for a suitable collection of rocks at the water’s edge. The composition soon came together in my mind. I set my tripod as low as I could set it. Therefore, allowing me to create an illusion of less water. To tighten the composition I shot vertically. Too much water would spoil the effect of the composition.
I stretched out on the beach. Being eye level showed me my composition as I wanted it. Thus I was able to create my scene.