A late summer country drive to see the field changing colour from green to golden brown. The one solitary cloud floats above on a slow trip across the sky. It reminded me of our country drive. No rush and no particular direction to go just move along the fields and take in the scenery.
One of my favourite images from a family reunion this past summer. Left to Right are my nephew, his dad/my brother and my cousin enjoying a little lake time.
Another Smoke image from a trip through the B.C. mountains while wildfire burned. I was fascinated by how the smoke clung to the trees. This was one f the smokiest areas we drove through.
As dusk was approaching I went to the dock at the edge of the lake. The water was rippled by the wind. To make it smooth I put on a 10 stop neutral density filter. Think of a piece a grey glass you can’t see through. This allows me to make long exposure image to smooth out water or eliminate objects that move. The camera will only see what stays still long enough. This was a 5-minute exposure to smooth out the water and bring enough light to create this image.
The wildfires are far from here but the smoke comes as a reminder of the danger far away. The smoke covers the sun and sky to darken the day. Ash falls from the smoke like snow and the smell is always there. A reminder that even though summer is over the wildfires continue to burn.