Tag Archives: Reflections

Lake Minniwanka Banff National Park

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I discovered this little bay off of Lake Minniwanka. There was a point of land with some color. The lake water was quieting down a bit, so their was some reflection available.The towering mountains in the background

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Summit Lake

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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.

Tamarack

 

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The fall colors of the maple and oak are almost gone now. Standing out in contrast with the green of the pines and spruce, the tamarack displays its beauty. The tamarack is also known as larch.

The Algonquian people named this tree tamarack. The meaning, wood used for snowshoes. Its habitat is low lying areas such as swamps,and bogs. The larch is deciduous and the needles turn yellow in autumn.

I photographed this scene in the late afternoon. Sunlight was filtering through the clouds. The side lighting intensified the yellow color of the tamarack. The backdrop of the green spruce helped to allow the tamarack to stand out in the photo.

 

Walking In Jinotega

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Walking around the street corner, this fella jumped up and asked if I would take his photo. Sure I told him. He then sat back down in doorway. I photo graphed him. Showed him the photo. He looked, smiled and sat back down in doorway. I shook hands and moved on.

 

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Strolling along the street I noticed an older lady sitting on a step. It was late evening. Thus she was relaxing after a day of labor. With her permission I captured her image

Shoreline Mood

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Dark skies, late evening created the mood that is evident in this particular composition.  A touch of lighting by the setting sun. This is my favourite time of day to get those fine art compositions. Watch the weather, cloud effects, but best of all enjoy a pleasant evening stroll on the shores of Lake Superior.

Good Morning

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Good Morning

 

Good morning sun

I greet you this day

I feel your warmth

You brighten the day

 

Good morning wind

You are blowing softly today

I feel you caressing my face

A breath of freshness

On this morning

 

Good morning trees

I hear you murmuring

Like a whisper in my ear

You are still standing

Though many are gone

 

Good morning flowers

You brighten the forest

With your vibrant colors

Gently nodding in the wind

 

Good morning stream

The sounds you make

As you journey through the forest

Gurgling and burbling carefree

To an unknown lake

Your water pure and pristine

 

Good morning sun ray

Filtering through the trees

You bring a ray of hope

To this new day

 

I rejoice in what

You all have given me

The feeling of spirituality

That can only be found

In the untamed wilderness

The feeling of peace and quietude

Mist On The Montreal River

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The following morning after my evening photographing, I returned to the Montreal River. This time it was at dawn. The river was thick with mist. The morning temperature at my campsite in Sawpit Bay, Lake Superior was 12 Celsius. On my arrival at the Montreal River the temperature was 5 Celsius. The distance between the two locations was only 40 Kilometers. I set up at the same location from the previous evening. It was a matter of waiting for the right lighting. Waiting for the fog to lift was a factor. The fog helped eliminate all that blue sky with no clouds. It was a nice setup watching the morning evolve. The crispness of the morning air felt good. It was a fall feeling.

The temperatures are beginning to drop here. Maybe the colors of fall will come on. Fall is the time of year when the air is cool and crisp. The beauty of the land is before you in a spectrum of color.