The year is coming to an end. Time to reflect on what has passed and plan for what is to come. Some say just one day at time. It is true that’s all we can do – but without reflecting on the past and looking to the future I think every day would be the same!
I haven’t had a chance to get out and take any winter shots yet so here is one from this summer. At this time of year when we are rushing around getting ready for Christmas it is nice to have a peaceful image to rest your eyes on.
Sometimes the most beautiful window dressing comes from nature itself as reflected in this old window.
The tree reflecting in the stream caught my eye and I was able to get it lined up nicely in the water without actually having to stand in the stream. I made me wonder – when we reflect back on past experiences do we have a distorted view?
The surrounding community is reflected on the glass front of the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto. Many of these older building house smaller Art Galleries.
Down on the Conestogo River
There was a nice sunset the other evening so I joined the fishermen on the river and this is one that I caught.
Over The Rainbow
I was about to work on a picture to post tonight when the call came out that there was a Rainbow. I dashed out into the backyard and grabbed a few quick shots and then headed down to the bridge to see if the angle was good. The one half of the rainbow that I shot in the back yard was gone but the other half was reflecting beautifully in the river.
Back yard shot was adjusted in Lighroom. The river shot is a 3 exposure HDR, photomatix, photoshop, noiseware, topaz, lightroom.