Rural landscapes: fellowship with the dawn


During a recent trip to this central Canadian province, I wanted to visit a new area for sunrise photography. During all my years living in this region, I’d never checked out Frenchman’s Bay, so that’s where I went.
As you can see, it turned out well. That’s Lake Ontario on the right and, on the horizon, the Pickering Nuclear Plant. A man going for a early walk graciously posed for me, providing a silhouetted human element that draws your eyes to it.
Nikon D7100, tripod, enhancing filter

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