A recent sunrise over Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment taken on the Government Dock in the village of Colpoy’s Bay.
There was such a spread of cloud and colour I reached for my fisheye lens to get as wide a view of the clouds and reflections as possible.
A visit to the dock in the village of Colpoy’s Bay on the South Bruce Peninsula on a grey, overcast morning saw me shooting long exposures in monochrome.
This is an extremely wide view of the dock and Colpoy’s Bay taken with a fisheye lens. It was a 30 second exposure which has smoothed out the water.
A visit to the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline at sunrise last Sunday morning and another photo taken with my fisheye lens.
I parked at the side of the road along the shoreline where the breakwater for Wiarton Marina sticks out into the bay. The breakwater is roughly 90 degrees from the shoreline but the distortion caused by extreme angle of view of the fisheye lens makes it look as if the shoreline and breakwater form a U rather than an L.
My contribution to Six Word Saturday.
The dock in the village of Colpoy’s Bay on Colpoy’s Bay at dawn last Saturday.
Another shot taken with my fisheye lens to show the dock and as much of the bay as possible.
Still no internet connection so a quick post of a recent photo.
This is Colpoy’s Bay and the Niagara Escarpment at dawn last Sunday morning. I used a fisheye lens to include as much of the bay as possible and the dock I was standing on.
I kept the horizon in the center of the frame to reduce the fisheye distortion as much as possible. The edge of the dock is slightly curved by the lens.
This is my day 9 contribution to Becky’s July Squares on the theme of Perspective.
Looking up at autumn colour on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario, Canada.