Monthly Archives: October 2018

Autumn Leaf

A couple of weekends ago I was photographing some local waterfalls. I also spent some time hiking along the riverbank. A leaf that was lying on top of a rock near the edge of the river caught my eye. I liked how the sunlight was shining through the water and creating this shimmering pattern on the rocks. Ideally I could have used a macro lens in this situation. Click on the photo to see a larger version.

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Autumn Days

Over the next couple of weeks the trees turn various shades of red, yellow and orange. Today was a beautiful day for viewing the changing colours of Fall foliage. Early in the morning it was chilly, but the afternoon was crisp and sunny. With Autumn colours in full swing and the leaves changing more each day it won’t be long before they are all on the ground. Click on any of the photos to see a larger version.

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Tiny Human Lost In The Majesty Of Nature

The photo depicts just how small humans are in comparison to the nature that surrounds us. The climber was balancing precariously on the granite wall, stopping occasionally to put more chalk on their hands and add more climbing protection. Click on the image to see a larger version. Remember to always take the road less traveled…

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