Carleton Place Pinkish Skies!
Decided to come to this place since it's been on my radar for a while now and luckily I was able to capture a serene and beautiful sky.
Apparently I stumbled upon a Cardinal Nest and this guy just ensured I wasn't coming near it.
Sunset at Bristol Mine!
Had the opportunity to visit this place thanks to a friend of mine and was not disappointed.
Mirror Mirror on the Lake!
Coming back from a couple kilometres walk, decided to wait for the sunset and was not disappointed.
Wicked Storm forming!
Went storm "chasing" the other day with my wife, and caught some good shots of cloud formations.
First time at Constance Bay in Ontario and it was amazing!
A very early morning just to get this shot, enjoy everyone!
Morning Sun at the Lake
In the early hours of the morning enjoying a blue sky, reflections and vivid colours.
This shot is in between Carleton Place and Almonte, taken with a 70-200mm Sony lens and A7III.
Milky Way from Backyard
Recently I went from a Nikon guy to a Sony A series guy. This shot was my first attempt at the milky way using the A7III and I am quite happy with the results.
Red Fox Family
Was lucky enough to have this family of Red Foxes right on my backyard.
While taking pictures of flowers and other things in the yard, noticed that this bunch of flowers formed a perfect heart and couldn't resist in taking a picture of them.
I'm not really sure what this type of bird is but love how it stands out with that backdrop.
Creativity at work
Playing around with my Sigma 300 - 600mm and was amazed how the background made it so special.
I don't know what this bird is called, but it has the most amazing "vocals" and a vast variety of songs I have ever heard from a bird.
Red-Winged Black Bird
The red-winged blackbird is a passerine bird of the family Icteridae found in most of North America and much of Central America.
American Bald Eagle
The Bald Eagle is an amazing bird native to North America and it is the symbol for the U.S.A.
Beautiful reflection of the trees on this little lake among with its slight mist above the water.
Road to the Unknown
This is not an active railroad system, but it makes for a great black & white photography shot.
The Sitting Lady Falls, located in Vancouver Island. One of the most visited waterfalls on the island since it is easy to get to.
Not very often you get to see a grown tree shaped this way with a spectacular view.
Race Rocks Lighthouse
Went on a whale watching tour and had to deviate ourselves to catch a glimpse of this lighthouse that is home to sea lions and elephant seals.
Off to the Sunset
Sunsets and Sunrises are one of the most beautiful phenomenon on earth. You never know when they will showcase a display of full colours.
The colors of the sunset result from a phenomenon called scattering. Molecules and small particles in the atmosphere change the direction of light rays, causing them to scatter.
Although not a certainty, pink skies occur more during Sunrises than Sunsets. This shot was a Sunset image overlooking the Olympic Mountains in Washington.
Not all waterfalls need to be high and noisy. This one is low and calm that makes you want to mediate to the sound of the small waterfalls.
Race Rocks Lighthouse
Black & White photography isn't my specialty, however this one is one the best ones taken.
Love how the sun shines through the trees and hits this amazing glowing yellow tree.
Image reflections are the most entertaining shots one can ever take. You don't have to be creative with it, it is created for you, you just need to capture it.
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