Fall is one of the most colorful times for photography. One day it's all the warm fall colors, the next day, everything is covered in white and after that combinations of everything you can imagine. Sunday was a good day for sunny, warm colors at Writing on Stone with calm waters and nice reflections.
I was taking advantage of the warm weather yesterday with a swim in the Oldman River and have taken some pictures. One of my new favorites is part under and part above water. This picture is one of the results.
This is one of my first photos using my new camera.
It takes amazing macro and underwater photos.
I like this one because it is partly underwater
and partly above water with the trees and people.
Location: Castle River below the falls.
Did you ever watch the deer jump?
Quite the sight and their leap is amazing.
I would not want to compete with them.
Oh, the island! If the ocean and the scenery doesn't take your breath away than the colors of the sunset will as seen from Qualicum Bay on this photo.
Anyone likes yellow? The canola fields are in their glory early summer and they grace the landscape of Alberta. This picture was taken on the way to St. Mary Reservoir on Hwy. 505.
Nature and animals are unpredictable and that is partly what makes them fascinating. There is one bird perching on a branch while another one is dive bombing it. Catching the two in the position they are in is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
This is an unusual goose with the coloring of the neck. I saw it at Popsom Park outside Lethbridge. The park is a wonderful place for spotting animals like water fowl, coyotes and deer just to name a few.
It is April and the lakes are still frozen in the prairies and the Rockies. As much as we loath the winter and the snow, it sure makes for pretty pictures and the snow brightens everything up.
I have taken this picture by Waterton Lakes just below the old hotel. The East side of the lake was not reached by the fires.
Walk with me
(Without leaving the couch.)