Aaron Beach Sunset:
A beautiful October sunset, at Aaron Provincial Park.
Aaron In October
A long lens was used to isolate the reflecion of the trees and sky to create more of an abstract effect of this sunset.
A Sea of Leaves
A Touch of Autumn:
Sidelighting brings out the changing colors in the reeds, along the shore of Thunder Lake, while the yellows of the poplars reflect in the calm water.
A northern bog, captured during a misty rain, in the autumn.
A walking trail, through the forest, in the town of Dryden, Ontario.
The Dryden waterfront, in the fall.
A mid-October sunset over Thunder Lake.
A rock protrudes above the surface of the dark water of Wabigoon Lake, late in the evening.
An example of why this part of Ontario is called Sunset Country.
Bonny Bay, Under Glass:
The lodge, at Davis' Bonny Bay Camp, Dryden, Ontario, Canada, caught in a liquid filled solar light.
This image was taken at a rest area along the Trans Canada Highway, in northwestern Ontario, between Kenora and Vermilion Bay.
Colour of Summer
The setting sun signals the end of another great day.
Coming to an End
Thin ice, washed up on shore, has shatterred into millions of crystal-like pieces.
A curious fox watches me as I fiddle with the camera. Giving up on changing lenses, I took the shot that was presented to me with the wide angle lens installed.
The water, ice and reflection of the sky, all follow the gentle curve of the land.
Daisies; An Environmental Portrait
The winter sun sets over an open field, bringing daylight to an end.
The fields are done for the summer. Now, in the autumn, they begin to renew for the following planting season.
A spring scene on Sandy Beach.
The view from the landing at Cooper Park, along the shores of Wabigoon Lake.
Enjoying the Silence:
A family, on an evening cruise, stops to enjoy the silence and a quick dip in the lake.
Evening Colour: \
The setting sun, and clouds, provide a splash of colour on a quiet, late spring, evening over Bonny Bay.