Natural landscapes: flowing through autumn


Petawawa, northwest of Canada’s capital city (Ottawa), is best known as the home of a military base. But when I visit there, I go straight to the river. As you can see, it’s a beauty, flowing through the Canadian Shield amidst glorious forests. (You can see what the river looks like in mid-winter here:
Notice the ugly graffiti on the rocks at the bottom? It wiped out many potential photos – heck, some of you might think it even ruins this photo.  😦  Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.

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