This photo shows interesting geological features.
The rock structures are time worn by Lake Superior
There is much wave action causing the rock to deteriorate
You will notice the pink rock, how worn it is.
It appears to be the underlying rock structure as seen in the blackish rock structure.
Of note is the small yellow leaves that offset the various shades of green
Pebbled beaches are a common site on Lake Superior
The wild and rugged beauty that is Lake Superior
A beautiful early morning on Onaping Lake.
No wind to bother
Blue skies above
Nature at its best
Lighting is the one most important aspect of a good landscape composition.
You must be observant at all times
This composition was captured on the French River
Travelling the Westbranch.
North of Webbwood, Ontario on a Northerly path, a logging road winds its way along Wakanassin River. The composition I am presenting for viewing is located along this river. The evening is getting late. The exposed rocks on the hillside are touched by the evening sunlight,
I have stopped here many times to photograph as I drove home from further up the road.
A trip taken a first week October in Lake Superior Provincial Park.
The weather was on the cool side.
We traversed two portages to enter Treeby Lake.
With the campsite set up it was a matter of waiting
On our second morning I hit gold. The lighting was excellent
There was no wind, Therefore the lake was calm
I captured some amazing photos
Killarney Provincial Park.
George Lake, West end
Pick up the trail at the west end of George Lake
Cross the bridge and hike.
When you can see the lake on your right
Head towards the shore.
You will then see a rock structure on the left.
A beautiful spot to photograph in the waning light of evening
One of the many island to be found along the lake superior shores.
Captured on an evening with a storm brewing.
I saw this scene as I was driving along a road following the Rocky Mountains. The fields covered in lush green grass. Mountains in the background. The Fall colors are just starting in early September. I don’t know, but I just fell in love with this whole area.
The fast moving mist or clouds created an ever changing scene. The clearing of the mist exposed this odd shaped rock structure.
Near Whiteswan Provincial Park, BC in the East Kootenays.
Fisher Peak is the highest of the Southern Rocky Mountains. It dominates Cranbrook’s Eastern skyline. The peak has an elevation of 9336 feet.
I seem to always be looking at a hazy scene. I was surrounded by beautiful homes where I set up my camera equipment. I spent a good couple hours photographing here.