This is my contribution to the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Moving.
Moving motorcycle during the Le Mans 24 hour motorcycle endurance race.
Moving clouds with a 60 second exposure at dawn.
Moving wings with a Black-capped Chickadee taking flight.
Moving trees created by vertically panning the camera during exposure.
Moving water as the Sydenham River falls over the Niagara Escarpment at Inglis Falls.
This is my contribution to the Tuesday Photo Challenge: Tourism.
A small selection of tourist attractions photographed over the past 40 years.
This is Beeston Castle, a popular tourist attraction in Cheshire, England.
Although the reason the photo was taken was because there was a Peregrine Falcon nest on a ledge on the cliff below the castle and a Common Raven nest in a cave on the cliff. I was part of a group of volunteers monitoring and protecting the Peregrine Falcons in the 1990s.
Giant Canadian flag and flagpole with Canada Geese at sunrise. The flagpole is a tourist attraction at the bottom of High Street in Southampton, Ontario photographed in the 2000s.
This is a crofters cottage on the Isle of Skye, Scotland that was a museum of crofting when I was there in the late 1970s.
This is Inglis Falls in Ontario, where the Sydenham River flows over the Niagara Escarpment. A popular tourist attraction to the south of Owen Sound, Ontario photographed in the mid 1980s.
This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Pick a Place.
Having moved around the U.K. and Canada over the decades I had quite a few ideas for the challenge. It was my recent One Word Sunday: Luck that made me think of the summer of 1985.
I spent part of that summer living in southern Ontario. All the photos are from that summer.
The sun sets behind the Niagara Escarpment at Big Bay. Taken while standing on the dock eating a Rum and Raisin ice cream made in the Big Bay General Store.
The Cape Croker lighthouse on the Georgian Bay shoreline.
An interesting eroded rock on the Georgian Bay shoreline.
A monochrome study of a section of the Georgian Bay shoreline at Cape Croker.
The Sydenham River flows over Inglis Falls just outside Owen Sound.
An Eastern Garter Snake twisted in the grass eating a Northern Leopard Frog.
This is my contribution to the Tuesday Photo Challenge – Stone.
Currently living on the Bruce Peninsula, a limestone promontory separating Lake Huron from Georgian Bay there’s rather a lot of stone around here. The eastern side of the peninsula is formed by the Niagara Escarpment. The same escarpment that the Niagara River flows over at Niagara Falls.
Autumn colour on a section of the Niagara Escarpment. Some of the limestone face of the escarpment is visible through the trees with fallen boulders along the shoreline.
Limestone boulders piled in a ditch on a back road on the South Bruce Peninsula.
Inglis Falls where the Sydenham River flows over the escarpment.
Waves on rocks at sunrise on the Lake Huron shoreline.
Green moss and orange Lichen growing on a limestone boulder on the South Bruce Peninsula.
A wave breaking on stones at the base of the Niagara Escarpment at sunrise.
My contribution to the Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge Falling Water.
I was considering some of the birds and mammals I have photographed in the rain before deciding to go with a couple of shots of a nearby waterfall. Despite now living close to the waterfall these shots were taken in 1985 when I spent part of the summer in Ontario.
A wide view of Inglis Falls on the Sydenham River near Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.
Selecting a section of the falls with a telephoto lens.