Natural landscapes: Sober shoreline
PACIFIC RIM NATIONAL PARK, VANCOUVER ISLAND
I hauled this picture out of the archives from the 1990s; photographed on slide film (with a tripod and, likely, my ancient Nikon FM2) and then scanned. I added a bit of blue, but otherwise, this scene is as I saw it. This glorious national park is often cloudy and rainy, but it’s still one of the most stunning places I’ve ever visited. And this picture is a good reminder to me that sunshine isn’t always needed to make a decent photograph.
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