A splash of autumn colour photographed on a recent walk around the neighborhood.
Golden light on a section of the Niagara Escarpment shortly after sunrise last Sunday.
The reflection of the boats moored at Wiarton Marina is being softened by some light mist coming of the water.
As we’re getting some early autumn colour on the South Bruce Peninsula I have restarted my experiments with intentional camera movement.
Taken on a recent walk around the neighborhood with the TTArtisan 35mm lens on the camera.
Lights along the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline at dawn recently. The streaks of light along the far shoreline are from a succession of fishing boats heading out to compete in an end of summer fishing derby.
It was actually much darker than it appears to be by the photo, I was guessing the framing in the dark.
Ripples and reflections on Colpoy’s Bay at sunrise last Sunday.
Something of a rare occurrence for me recently, I took my camera bag of auto-focus zoom lenses down to the bay rather than my lightweight back to basics kit.
Light trails around Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario at dawn recently.
A two or three minute live composite exposure to record the light trails and some movement in the clouds.
The main light trail is a vehicle on Mallory Beach Road. There’s also a fishing boat moving along the eastern side of the bay and another fishing boat in front of White Cloud Island.
Another test of the new TTArtisan 7.5mm fisheye lens.
Star trails over Colpoy’s Bay, White Cloud Island and the Niagara Escarpment on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.
A 14 minute live composite exposure and another test of the new TTArtisan 7.5mm fisheye lens at dawn last Sunday.