I am finishing my series of archive shots today from Algonquin Park with something decidedly gloomy. This fall shot in the rain is at Lake Of Two Rivers. The lake is less welcoming now than it was to the canoeists I showed you some days back, but it still makes for a dramatic photograph.
Your dramatic shot is greatReplyDelete
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Looks like a storm is coming.ReplyDelete
I like the wavy bits. Pretty cool looking.ReplyDelete
Yes a dramatic photograph, William.ReplyDelete
Not, I take it, a harbinger of warm summer days ahead.ReplyDelete
You can just look at this water and tell that the weather is about to change. Nature is so transparent sometimes! Great capture!ReplyDelete
Still looks very appealing to meReplyDelete
that is an amazing picture!ReplyDelete
The tree branch on the right really "makes" the photo. Lovely composition.ReplyDelete
oops, i wonder what you will share next - if this is the end? i have been using up a lot of my shots ... always fun to look back over trips. ( :ReplyDelete
@Oakland: it was one of those days.
@Whisk: thank you.
@Revrunner: it seems to be a sign of things here today; it's not raining, but it has suddenly turned cooler.
@Greensboro: thank you.
@Mo: one doesn't always need sunny skies for good shots.
@Hilary: thank you!
@Kate: I liked it.
@Beth: well, this is the end for now, but sooner or later I'll turn up here again. I have been going through quite a few old shots.
Nice shot . . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !ReplyDelete
a beautiful shot, though.ReplyDelete
Fall, in earnest, is coming over this water.ReplyDelete
So much beauty!ReplyDelete
I actually prefer gloomier shots of water.ReplyDelete
A really beautiful image!ReplyDelete
Oooh! Storm coming on!ReplyDelete
It is really dramatic picture! The wave and the tree over the lake give me such moving impression. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lakes have many moods all beautiful in their own way.ReplyDelete
@Country Gal: thank you!ReplyDelete
@Birdman: there'll be days like this to come there before the lake freezes up for the winter.
@Annette: it brings out a different personality in the water.
@VP: thank you.
@Tamago: thank you!
@Judy: you wouldn't want to be canoeing in that weather.
I love storms, great capture, William!ReplyDelete
I love the rippling on the water.ReplyDelete
That looks like today's weather here, William!ReplyDelete
I was wondering what treat you'd have in store for us today. Gloomy weather but still quite lovely in your photograph.ReplyDelete
Wonderful shot with a nice composition, William. I like the dramatic clouds above the water.ReplyDelete
The tree appears to grow horizontally, isn't that a bit strange?ReplyDelete
That photo could be used for a book cover....ReplyDelete
Excellent shot! I love the look of the water especially (though maybe not for a swim...).ReplyDelete
@Sharon: it was a windy day.
@RedPat: we haven't had it yet, but we've had cloud and cooler weather.
@Denise: gloomy weather can make for good photo ops.
@Jan: it gives an entire different mood to the park.
@Marleen: oh, that tree had come down partially, probably in a storm.
@Norma: there's an idea!
@Meradeth: definitely not a swim in the fall!
The water definitely does look a bit riled up!ReplyDelete
It's almost like an alien landscape.ReplyDelete
The sky made for a nice shot. I like that tree.ReplyDelete
Definitely has drama! Nice!!!ReplyDelete
I like this shot, William.ReplyDelete
Yes, very dramatic and moody. It has that "summer's over" feeling.ReplyDelete
It has the feel of an old postcard. Like.ReplyDelete
@Mari: it was forbidding.
@Randy: so do I.
@Linda: it does.
@Kay: it does indeed.
@Jose: thank you.
@Merry: I agree.