Saw this one fishing in the Grand River in Cambridge on the weekend. Was able to sit there and watch and take this shot of it enjoying a fish dinner.
After a some photo artistry I came up with this version which will be a part of the Art in the Park event in Elmira this weekend Saturday September 8th from 10am – 2pm.
Went kayaking on the Grand River in Cambridge today and was rewarded with this beautiful Heron strolling along the river bank.
This is a shot I took in Paris last year. Paris Ontario Canada that is! The sun had gone down and I set up the tripod on the bridge to catch the lights reflecting in the river.
This is a 3 exposure HDR processed with Photomatix then brought into Photoshop and filtered with Topaz adjust and the Paint filter in CS6.
This is the second time I have posted a shot of the Cambridge Mill. This shot was taken when it was darker out and a slightly different angle. The previous one is here. https://villagephotographer.wordpress.com/2012/04/07/cambridge-mill-restaurant/
Couldn’t resist the pun! This was taken near the Templin Gardens in Fergus.
Started out as a colour HDR – converted to B&W in Lightroom
Taken at Wilkes Dam Brantford a fisherman tries his luck as the sun breaks through the clouds in the evening.
This old steel bridge crosses the Grand River just west of the Village of Winterbourne Ontario. It is a single lane bridge and one of those that make you think “can this support the weight of my car?”.
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It is a 3 Exposure HDR with a texture blend and an old photo frame from Photoframe 4.6
The Nith River runs into the Grand River in Paris Ontario. This shot of the Nith is just a short walk from downtown Paris. It was a great spot to go for a hike.
3 Exposure HDR. Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz, Lighroom
This is another shot taken in Brantford of the Grand River. Now that the golden eggs have hatched the Golden Goose turns the water it touches to Gold!
In contrast to the Brownfield area I posted yesterday, Brantford has some very beautiful areas. One of them is Glenhyrst Gardens where we took in a sunset over the Grand River.
5 Exposure HDR, Photomatix, Photoshop, Noiseware, Lightroom
This is the Cambridge Mill Restaurant. It has undergone extensive renovations and is a unique blend of old and new architecture. It has become a very popular spot for weddings.
3 Exposures. Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz, Noiseware, Lightroom.