Wednesday, April 30, 2014

From the Archives

I remember taking this image as if it was yesterday.  It was taken along the shores of Vermilion Lakes in Banff.  It was springtime and there was a thin layer of ice on the water with these big holes that appealed to me.  I had no tripod and I had to be very careful not to break the ice that I was trying to photograph.  By the time I was ready to take the photo I had stopped paying attention to the composition and the direction of the light so the end result is not quite what I had in mind.  As I looked at the photos all these years later I find myself thinking how differently the result would be if I were back there now with a little more experience.  And a tri-pod.

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