So, the rain finally eased up and I needed to get out and shoot. Decided on the rock formations along the shore of Lake Ontario near Confederation Park. Weather was calling for sun and cloud, so I was hoping for some nice cloud formations and some colour.
Didn't happen. But, it was good to get out. Not a lot of colour or structure to the clouds. Normally I love these conditions but this morning it just wasn't what I had in mind.
What I Learned
1. Keep going back to familiar locations. They will always change. Especially along a shoreline!
2. Use different focal lengths. Today Toronto was quite clear in the background, so besides the shot below I also tried a longer lens to bring Toronto closer in the background. Not happy with the final image, but I'll try again another day!
First Hamilton Tiger Cat CFL Preseason game shot from the mountain brow
Observations from a day at Point Pelee National Park during the Spring Bird Migration