Natural landscapes: bathed in evening light


Algonquin, about three hours’ drive north of Toronto (Canada’s largest city) is one of Canada’s quintessential, legendary (yes, really!) autumn photo locations. I was blessed to visit it in 2005 on a camping trip. We froze overnight, but opening up the tent surrounded by the glory of autumn was definitely worth it.
This is another photo made on slide film, then put onto CD during processing. Lots of Photoshopping work was needed to make the jpeg close to why I stopped to make the picture.
Nikon FM2 film camera, tripod, polarizing filter.

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Wander through my coffeetable photography book “Special Places: A Landscape Photographer’s Vision of Southern Ontario”:

Algonquin autumn Ontario Canada

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