Long before the sun rises tomorrow I will be bound for one of my most favorite photo destinations – Lake Superior Provincial Park. The rugged terrain and stunning shoreline vistas make this provincial park a photographer’s paradise. Here are a few images from my last trip through the area, which was about two years ago. This time around I am taking the Sigma 15mm fish-eye lens with me and I can’t wait to photograph some of the awe inspiring shorelines and forest interiors with this amazing little lens. I am also looking forward to venturing up towards Wawa for some of the most beautiful waterfalls in Ontario.
I am not looking forward to the chilly weather that is in the forecast though. The night-time temperatures are supposed to fall to 1 degree Celsius. Yikes! I am thinking it might get a tad chilly sleeping in my trusty old Subaru
Upon my return from Lake Superior I will also be announcing what will be my inaugural workshop/tour to the tip of Long Point on Lake Erie. Long Point is essentially a sand-spit that extends out into Lake Erie roughly 45 kilometres. It is designated as a World Biosphere. Once at the tip of the Long Point peninsula you are almost half way across Lake Erie and there is only one way to reach the tip, which is by boat and the vessel that will be used to transport us to the tip is the safest way to go. Below is a photo that I created last week of sunrise at the tip of the Long Point Peninsula. I am hoping that there will be thousands of Monarch butterflies there when we arrive as they will begin their long journey to Mexico soon, and Long Point is one of there stopping off places.
Please do click on each of the images to see the larger, sharper versions.
See ya soon folks