Saturday morning of week 35 saw me down at Colpoy’s Bay for the sunrise. Another sunrise with no interesting cloud meant that once the sun was above the horizon I was looking for ripples and reflections.
The photo shows a row of old wood piles in Colpoy’s Bay. The sun is above the Niagara Escarpment in line with the right edge of the piles.
This week’s Cosmic Photo Challenge is The Look Of Liquid.
These are ripples on Colpoy’s Bay, Ontario at sunrise. It was the gradation of orange to blue that caught my eye.
Monochrome Monday goes all the way back to last Saturday morning and a visit to a fog shrouded Lake Huron. There was some nice ripples on what water was visible in the fog.
This is a monochrome conversion although there was hardly any colour in the original.
Sunday morning of week 24 saw me down at Colpoy’s Bay for the sunrise.
I was at the Bay more than half an hour before sunrise when the water was calm with some nice reflections. By the time the sun came up a wind had picked up and there was some nice ripples picking up colour from the sunrise.