A clump of bare trees seen on our morning walk with the sun coming from just the right angle. A little judicious ICM and a double exposure later...
Back to the Walking with Henry series this morning, with two images. Both were taken on the Creek trail leading up to Loafers Lake. This lone tree is always striking, but more so now that the leaves have gone and you can see the structure. The second photo is one of my favourite spots on… Continue reading Winter morning
Just an ordinary hut in winter, but it could be somewhere in a fantasy land, where winter never turns to spring and where the dominant colour is a cold, chilly blue.
The saddest day of the year is the day I put on the winter tires. Which was yesterday. Because here in Ontario, we all know what's coming next....
This is an image taken in a local conservation area, slowing the shutter so that a flowing river becomes a torrent of water, wearing down the rock that sits in the middle of the deluge. A 5 second exposure at f5.6 using an ND filter.
This image was taken some time ago in winter. It seemed like a perfect candidate for a white border; sometimes photographs are enhanced by the defining border but other times it doesn't work. This time I think it did, but feel free to comment.
I see this path almost every day when I walk back from the local lake with Henry, my hound. Depending on the time of day, the sun can be too bright to take a photo but this time there was a delicious haze of autumn mist which softened the harsh light beautifully. This was taken… Continue reading Fall Pathway