A three minute live composite exposure of clouds moving up Colpoy’s Bay on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario at dawn recently. An unusual direction for cloud movement from my observations.
A rare outing for my camera bag of weather sealed, auto focus zooms. I had taken that bag with the intention of using the ultra wide zoom to record star trails over the bay.
That plan was abandoned as there was some thin cloud obscuring the stars. Then the clouds in the photo appeared from behind the Niagara Escarpment and I set up to record them.
Storm clouds over Colpoy’s Bay on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario shortly before sunrise last Sunday.
I wasn’t expecting much colour and went down to the bay with the intention of making images suitable for monochrome conversion. The colour didn’t last long but it was bright.
This is my contribution to Jez’s Water Water Everywhere #100 photo challenge.
Storm clouds over Colpoy’s Bay on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario shortly after sunrise.
After a surprisingly brief but bright burst of colour shortly before sunrise the colour faded when the sun disappeared behind the storm clouds.
An outing for my Sony back to basics kit, taken with the TTArtisan 17mm lens.
This is my contribution to Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Autumnal Landscapes prompt.
All the photos were taken around the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario recently.
Rock Along the Water,
Storm Clouds in the Sky
To paraphrase the Deep Purple rock song “Smoke on the Water.”
A bit of a light hearted/hard rock contribution to Debbie’s One Word Sunday: Rock prompt.