Natural landscapes: the gobsmacking winter sunrise


During a visit to my previous home town, I was blessed to get out early enough to capture a cold, stunning sunrise on Lake Ontario. It’s funny; I never realized just what a photographic resource was that lake until I moved far away. When I return to Whitby (in the Greater Toronto Area) for another visit, I’ll be sure to capture a sunrise – if the weather cooperates.
Nikon D50, tripod.

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

One thought on “Natural landscapes: the gobsmacking winter sunrise

  1. Truly fantastic photo, Frank, capturing the glory of this winter sunrise. The lighting, big open sky, colors and scenery are so moving and all wrapped up in this one expressive photo. I don’t know quite how you do it, but you successfully expressed the day’s frigidity, too.

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