Touching the Clouds
As I mentioned earlier this week, I attended a landscape photography workshop with photographer Ethan Meleg this past weekend. Before I go any further, if you haven’t checked out Ethan’s work yet please do. Honestly you’ll be blown away. Aside from being a very talented photographer he’s an amazing teacher, tour guide and all around nice guy.
The workshop took place in Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park. Tobermory is part of the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario – a strip of land separating Lake Huron from Georgian Bay.
The biggest challenge last weekend was keeping my equipment dry as it rained off and on all day Saturday. Although there were moments of brilliance when the sun peaked through the clouds every so often. It’s been a hectic week and I’m still working on processing all my images but here’s one from Halfway Log Dump on Lake Huron. This beach with pristine waters was were harvested logs were dumped in the winter and then floated to sawmills in the spring…hence it’s name.
I used my 10 stop ND filter for this long exposure.
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