This is my contribution to week 2 of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Pick a Topic from this Photo.
For week 2 I picked three topics from Cee’s photo, trees, clouds and early mornings. Originally I was planning on going with a single location but quickly thought of other photos. So I limited myself to six photos from the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario taken over the past few years.
Clouds over Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment at sunrise.
Trees in low cloud at sunrise.
Low cloud amongst the trees on the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline at sunrise.
Clouds over Berford Lake before sunrise.
Clouds streaking across Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment at dawn.
Autumn colour at Bluewater Park shortly after sunrise.
This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Pick a Topic from this Photo where Cee posts a photo and participants pick something from the photo to make a post about.
As the photo Cee posted was a mural of a landscape in a panoramic format I decided to go with a small selection of panoramic landscapes.
Trees in the snow. Hatherton, Cheshire, England.
Trees and their shadows. Bickerton Hill, Cheshire, England.
Clouds over the lake at sunset. A section of Last Mountain Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Ice on Lake Huron at sunset in the spring. Saugeen Shores, Ontario, Canada.
One set of photos came to mind straight away when I read the prompt for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Point Your Camera Upwards.
A few years ago we had some moderately good autumn colour and the leaves were staying on the trees. So I spent some time with a fisheye lens attached to the camera pointed up at the autumn leaves.
I decided to re-edit some of them with a square crop as I thought cropping them square would suit the subject.
This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Glasses, Cups or Saucers.
Having been on a bit of a table top photography kick recently this was a good challenge for more messing around with unusual viewpoints and adapted lenses.
A nearly empty cup of coffee illuminated from below due to it sitting on my light table.
I thought the pattern of rings on this drinking glass was interesting.
Two photos came to mind when I read the prompt for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Roofs of Any Kind.
So here’s the two roof photos taken around 40 years apart.
Raindrops on a car roof photographed in the late 1970s. I know the approximate date because it’s the car my father had when I was in art school.
A variety of roof styles on the High Street in Southampton, Ontario taken last year.
This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Needs to have the Letter “K” anywhere in the word.
I started thinking about some of the birds and mammals that have the letter K in their common English names. One of the first species that came to mind was Red Knot, possibly because in Britain the common English name is simply Knot.
Having spent some time with two juvenile Red Knot on the Lake Huron shoreline in Southampton, Ontario when they had stopped off on autumn migration I decided to go with a selection of photos showing various activities.
These young birds had hatched from eggs a few months previously and had already traveled a considerable distance from the Canadian arctic. Some Red Knot fly to coastal South America for the winter.
A contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Vanishing Point or Leading Lines.
My first thought was of roads disappearing off in the distance.
Having spent part of the winter making digital copies of my slide archives I had found several photos of roads suitable for the challenge so I decided to go with my initial thought.
A road through Badenoch in the Scottish Highlands in the autumn.
A closed road near Raymore, Saskatchewan that didn’t have a Road Closed sign stopping you turning onto it.
Motorcycles in fog on their way to the Dragon Motorcycle Rally in Snowdonia, Wales. Taken in the early 1980s when I was field testing Ilford XP1 prior to its launch.
A gravel road on the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario heads towards a section of the Niagara Escarpment.