Rural landscapes: from the lake to the ocean
QUIDI VIDI CREEK, ST. JOHN’S, NEWFOUNDLAND
Pronounced “Kiddy Viddy” by the locals, this charming little east-coast Canadian village is overloaded with colourful homes, a few restaurants, and stunning views.
If you enlarge this photo, you’ll quickly notice that I visited on a very windy day. But all that glorious autumn colour, plus a fast-flowing stream (connecting Quidi Vidi Lake to Quidi Vidi Harbour), still made for what I think is a pretty compelling picture.
Nikon D7100, tripod, polarizing filter.
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