Pilings at Dusk
With a longer exposure the hard reflection of the pilings began to soften nicely.
Quiet calm evening on Indian Arm.
An old discarded mass of fishing gear being swallowed up by the shoreline mud, a surprise find while exploring Steveston.
The simplicity of the scene caught me, enjoy having mist and fog as a background as it is so clean.
Nets and rope on the back of a fishing boat in Steveston.
A great perspective high up on a bridge, looking down on the Stawamus River, near Squamish.
Froth on the Rocks
Nice dark boulders with the long exposure white water.
The best subjects are the ones that find you. This ink black water filled hole on the top of a boulder was very unexpected. Makes me think of a rock gnomes eye??
Low tide revealing shapes and lines in the rock...
It is actually real seaweed, but its texture while pasted on the rock sure makes it look painted on.
At the Office
Shoreline action in Nova Scotia, collecting lobster in the morning fog.
Bubbles trapped in ice, found on the banks of the Eramosa River in Ontario
High on Mt Seymour, this pond became a perfect mirror as it was close to dusk and no breeze. Lucky to have such a nice subject.
Zig Zagging of Ring Creek
This part of Ring Creek cuts between Elfin lake and Opal Cone and the continuous erosion in this valley is impressive.
Erosion on a large slope, working well with the light.
Reeds in an alpine pond, creating a mat in the shallows.
Ready to Launch
Dandelions, when these guys are in your garden they are hated, while out on a hike they become a wonderful subject...
Ready to explode.
Lighthouse stairs on the Oregon coast.
Each cormorant was looking in a separate direction, like four points on a compass, nothing was going to sneak up on them...