P9268820nik Mist forms over the water of Lake Scugog, in the early morning.
Spring run-off makes the water run fast.
As it tumbled down the rapids, over the rocks, it reminded me of a cat's paw.
Could Have Been
..... what it looked like.
The reflection of the trees on the opposite shore are abstracted by the ripples in the slowly moving water. A longer exposure streaks the bubbles floating on the surface.
Raliegh Falls Abstract
Cedar in Purple
Spring runn-off roars down Thunder Creek, creating a natural abstract.
The early evening sun plays with the textures and contours of the ice covering the lake.
PS Lily (IV):
A Day Lily, growing in my back yard, processed in Photo Shop.
In the late spring, with the ice and snow melting quickly, the waters in northern Ontario run fast.
On an overcast winter morning, the sun burns through a this section of cloud, throwing the poplars into silhouette.
During a long exposure of the Christmas lights on our tree, I wiggled and jiggled the camera around, just to see what I would get.
Our garden arch covered in the first snow of the season.
Three separate images and a bit of Photoshop fun.
Freight cars roar past as I sit, and wait, at the railway crossing.