Well folks, unfortunately life got in the way the past little while and I haven’t posted anything new in a little while! Started a new job, so that is keeping my extremely busy, and in other news we just bought our first house! After months of searching we found ‘the one’. I had some shots sitting around on my computer that I know I haven’t posted yet, so I’m going to start a little series on the Darnley Grist Mill, just outside of Hamilton to display these shots! The first image here is an outside wall of the Mill, and the inspiration for this image came from one of my friends who said some of my images could be used in video games. Recently picking up Halo again, this toning kind of reminded me of that game! This one’s for you Mike P (BTW check out his band page here!)
Another image from Algonquin Park, this image doesn’t spark any emotion with me like other images do, but the amazing “stillness” of the water I thought deemed this post-worthy. The reflection is near perfect and the only thing that disturbs it is the little cut off tree stump!
I’ve been on an Algonquin Park posting frenzy as of late… Finally got around to editing pictures from this past spring when I was up there. Been crazy busy with other things, and the Algonquin pictures just kinda sat on the back burner for a little while. The one thing that didn’t bother me about this, is that I got to look at them after so long and surprise myself with what I had taken! These two images were captured on the side of the road, where a lake was running off from the spring melt down into a ditch. I don’t have a neutral density filter or any special gizmo’s so I had to go with the slowest shutter speed I could! Hope you guys like!