Archive for October 11th, 2010

One of my first planned stops on my recent fall colour shoot was to visit Marsh’s Falls on the Oxtongue River near Dwight, Ontario. I arrived to less than appealing light at the falls and poor autumn colours. Rather than turn around and move on to another location I chose to stay for awhile and see what images may be hiding in plain sight. Often in situations like this I will reach for my 80-400 VR lens and see what photographs I might extract from the grand landscape. As I was scanning the river for pleasing reflections I noticed how the movement in the water was distorting the reflections of the trees along the bank. I captured roughly 60 various distorted reflections, the above image being my favorite.

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