This is my contribution to Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge: January Colour – Pink prompt.
This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge prompt You Pick It!
I thought about some of my experiments since being restricted to what I could do due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Some of the experiments involved using the live composite and the live time settings of my Olympus camera to show motion blur of clouds at dawn and dusk.
As I have been experimenting with motion blur for years I decided to add a couple of earlier images to this post.
A 346 second exposure of clouds moving across Colpoy’s Bay, Ontario at dawn in the summer. Taken using a strong neutral density filter on the lens and using the live time feature of my Olympus camera.
A wave breaking over a rock on the Lake Huron shoreline in Southampton, Ontario 18 years ago. Isolated using the long telephoto I use for birds and mammals.
A wave breaking on the Georgian Bay, Ontario shoreline at sunrise 35 years ago. The camera was set up on a tripod and the shutter tripped when a suitable looking wave was about to break on the stones.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: A Splash of Colour prompt.
I initially went with a splash of colour before going with splashes in colour.
Throwback Thursday travels back to Ontario, Canada in the summer of 1985. I spent part of the summer in Ontario shooting nature and travel photos for a couple of photo agencies.
This was a completely unplanned photo. I was about to head back to the U.K. so wanted to use up the roll of Kodachrome 64 in the camera. I went down to the Georgian Bay shoreline at dusk and used the film up.
The next day I drove into Toronto to drop all my exposed Kodachrome off at the Kodak processing plant. I picked up the processed films on my way to the airport two days later.
Sometime later this was one of the photos included in a portfolio of my work published in a photo magazine.
This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: In Transit.
Once again I am playing fast and loose with the prompt with photos before or after some form of travel.
No longer in transit. There was no warning signs saying that the road was impassable. Photographed near Raymore, Saskatchewan, Canada.
About to be in transit. One of the campsites at the Le Mans race circuit in France after the end of a 24 hour motorcycle endurance race.
In transit to Flowerpot Island off the tip of the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada. Taking a glass bottomed boat tour to view some of the underwater wrecks before visiting Flowerpot Island.
This is a contribution to Jez Braithwaite’s Water Water Everywhere #18 photo challenge.
A shot from my film archives I recently digitized, ripples on Georgian Bay, Ontario. I was isolating interesting sections with a telephoto lens.
A wave rushes over stones on the Georgian Bay shoreline at sunrise.
My contribution to One Word Sunday: Rush.