I got up before the sun to take advantage of an Autumn frost and vibrant colours in the leaves at Ontario Parks, Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
On a recent vacation to Algonquin Park in Ontario Canada I took an afternoon to paddle my kayak up the Madawaska River and visit the beautiful Provoking Falls. As this was my first visit, this video represents more of a photographic recce for future visits. I hope you enjoy the video.
As I was driving by anyway, I decided to take an hour to explore a local conservation area and capture a photo or two.
After a couple of days of rain I decide to make a visit to a photo location where I had never really had much success creating images. I figured that with the extra water flow and the autumn colours, my chances would be good for bringing home 1 or 2 keeper photos.
After being confined to my desk working on a large graphic design project for a client, I decided I needed a little break from my work to go out to a local forest, relax and practise some photography techniques. It’s amazing what a little time in the fresh air can do for your creativity.
I’m back after a short absence from the chanel. The leaves are starting to change colours and we had a great rainstorm overnight so I decided it would be a good time to get back out there, visit a local waterfall and bring you along.
I planned to go on a landscape photography walk that day but woke to a torrential downpour. As the rain eased up I decided that a short walk around the campground to see the pretty flowers was all I was going to get in.
A visit to one of the beautiful hidden waterfalls in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada for a little landscape photography.