Posted on Feb 14, 2012 | 2 comments

Lac Saint-Pierre, is an area of the Saint-Lawrence River that widens enough to be called a Lake. In the Spring of 2011 the waters had swollen to the point of leaping over banks and flooding fields. A great visual opportunity for someone on a jon boat armed with a camera. May 2011.

Nikon D300, Nikkor 28-300mm FX @42mm; f10, 1/500s ISO200

 

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  1. 6-1-2012

    Reflections are one of my favorite things to shoot. I love stealing ideas from others photos. this is one of those “I wish it was one I did shots” Need to try this. Love the way the sky and water are over exposed and trees are reflected. Very cool photo.

    • 6-1-2012

      Thank You Gail! The biggest challenge is to be able to reproduce the awsome spectacle the artist has witnessed so that it can be shared adequately. Your comment suggests that I was successful in this instance.

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