Cameron Falls, Aux Sable River North of Massey, Ontario.
Beautiful rock structures. Late evening to bring out detail. Low shutter speeds to put character into the flowing water to make it appear alive.
Cameron Falls has many small waterfalls to work with.
Along the West Branch Road North of Webbwood Northern Ontario.
This is a panoramic.
Far from the maddening crowd.
In this time of a panoramic. It would be nice to stretch out on the rocks on the left.
Close your eyes. The sound of running water music to the ears.
This is My favorite time to photograph. The sun at tree level. The lighting is soft and warm. The color is outstanding.
This is the magic moment.
Up close and personal
In 2014 I spent a great deal of time exploring the shorelines of Lake Superior in Ontario.
I was attracted by this formation of rock with its covering of moss. To get the best detail and color I photographed in the late evenings
Pukaskwa National Park. Rugged and wild.
A trip back in time. I am going through my files looking for unpublished photos.
I spent a number of summers alone the great Lake Superior. A great learning experience. Geography, History, Geology and many other things.
This is a very early morning shot . The rugged rocky shoreline. A touch of color
This an interesting photo that defines The colored streaks on the mountain side. My guess is that the line patterns are the result of avalanches over the years. Now with the sun low in the evening. The foreground is darker than the mountain top. The warm sun is highlighting the exposed rock created by the avalanche.
The evening was getting quite late. I came to a sharp bend in the highway. The mountains were glowing from the setting sun, I quickly set up the camera and tripod. I was able to capture this scene.
Five kilometres in length,The Steeples form the southern end of the Hughes Range that lies to the east of the Kootenay Valley from east of Columbia Lake to the Bull River that enters the Kootenay at the town of Bull River.
I was standing up on a hill looking into this river valley. A railway track to the left. The river flowing past. The foreground lit by the sun. The mountain darkening.
Evening has come. The lighting is soft. The fields are dry. No rain.
It was marvelous to look across the field towards the mountains, the West Kootenay Mountains near Cranbrook BC
Premier Lake, Premier Provincial Park, BC
Late evening, low lighting
A touch of yellow. Dense evergreen forests. Rock structure. Plenty of driftwood.
This made for a nice misty, dreamy scene. Simple and effective.
Very strong on the greens in various shades.
A hint of reflections