Bearded Iris in Sunset Light!

Bearded Iris in Sunset Light!

Sunset over my little village of Novar

Sunset over my little village of Novar

Another glorious End of The Day on Horn Lake

Another glorious End of The Day on Horn Lake

Lake of Two Rivers, As the mist rises. Algonquin Park

Lake of Two Rivers, As the mist rises. Algonquin Park

Tranquility on Smoke Lake at Sunrise, Algonquin Park

Tranquility on Smoke Lake at Sunrise, Algonquin Park

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A drippy New Years Day


We experienced a very wet start to our New Year and as I was out exploring the ice covered rock cliffs In Algonquin Park I got quit Wet!!!! but found the water dripping from these ice formation, made interesting lines in my composition...I also converted this shot to B&W to make them stand out even more....but it was a challenge to try and keep my lens clean and clear of water drops.....
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6 comments:

Chris said...

That's a very nice one... We are also getting a strange rather warm winter!

Photogal said...

I like the B&W. You certainly don't want to stand under those.

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You can never take too many pictures said...

Yes they were quit long....and wet for sure!!!!! Photogal! But fun to shoot....We still need more snow....I went snowshoeing it was like being on a major hwy. with just inches of snow to trod through...not much of a challenge!!!!!

Mike Mottram said...

You have some very beautiful photographs on your blog.

Linda said...

Beautiful ice structure Susan!! I can see the line of drips and just kept gazing at it to drip again. You always give your subjects a voice, the voice of nature I hear when I walk in the woods and love to hear those lovely peaceful sounds...You convey it through your work so well! Thanks so much for your lovely comments and visits, happy you enjoy! Have a great time in the field, Linda :))

You can never take too many pictures said...

Thanks Linda your comments are always sooooo appreciated. I love your interpredation of my work...never has anyone come so close to explaining what I try to achieve with my images....to represent photography as a true Art Form and also to bring ones full attention to the beauty of our natural resources and how important it is to protect them..