Natural landscapes: view from the shady shore

AUTUMN AT BASS LAKE, DEEP RIVER, ONTARIO

My wife and I were visiting her son and his family in this sleepy eastern Canadian town when I grabbed some sunrise time to visit this lake and photograph the glorious autumn colours. I didn’t encounter a single soul during my 90 minutes there.  🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter

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One thought on “Natural landscapes: view from the shady shore

  1. The peace and solitude you experienced are expressed beautifully here, Frank. I love to wake up early when I’m visiting family, and get outdoors and have a fresh and mind-clearing time before the others rise. Thanks for sharing your moment.

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