Rural landscapes: the lighthouse and the fence
CAPE SPEAR LIGHTHOUSE, NEWFOUNDLAND
I would have loved better weather, but I think I did a reasonably good job working with the fog to create a moody picture of the most eastern point in Canada. I carefully timed this exposure to ensure the light was shining when I clicked the shutter. There was almost no colour in this scene, so I went all the way and made it a black-and-white photo.
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A moody and thought-provoking photo, Frank. I like that you captured the lighthouse light lit, I’m sure that took some doing.
Actually, it was just a matter of careful timing. But thanks for your kind words! Cape Spear is an amazing place – even in fog. 🙂
That’s a beautiful capture, Frank!
Fantastic! Love this!