Photo Challenges

A Photo a Week Challenge: View

This is my contribution to the A Photo a Week Challenge: View.

I decided to go with a selection of views from some of the places that I have lived in over the years.

Georgian Bay shoreline at sunset. Georgian Bluffs, Ontario, Canada in the mid 1980s.

Georgian Bay shoreline at sunset.

Mist at sunrise. South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada last year.

Rising sun through mist

Storm clouds over Lake Huron with Chantry Island on the horizon. Southampton, Ontario, Canada in the 2000s.

Storm clouds over Chantry Island and Lake Huron.

Quaking Aspens reflected in a slough. Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada in the 1990s.

Autumn colour and reflection.

Autumn leaves in the mist. Hatherton, Cheshire, England in the 1970s.

Autumn colour in mist.

Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from the south bank of the River Thames. London, England in the early 1980s.

Early morning on the South Bank.

4 replies on “A Photo a Week Challenge: View”

Thanks Olga. That section of rocky shoreline is now under water. The water level in Lake Huron is probably up 18 inches to 2 feet since the photo was taken.

The spring thaw caused many waterways to experience elevated water levels this year, even here in the Sudbury area. I took a trip to my home town Capreol in the late spring and was shocked how different the Vermillion River looked.

With not having got down to the local bay for a sunrise until recently because of the accident it seems that the water is up another 6 to 12 inches this year. I will have to take note of the water level next time I am down on the Lake Huron shoreline in Southampton.

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