Yesterday when John, Jerry and I went on a little photo tour of the area John led us to this old truck for our first stop.
This is one of the smaller Mack Trucks that I have seen and indeed it has seen better days.
We were guessing late ’40s, early ’50s for vintage.
Nowadays Mack Trucks are big and shiny and powerful.
The delicacy of newly fallen snow surfaces is unmatched by much else in nature.
West Peninsula Road on my way home yesterday.
Another photograph from below the dam in Bonfield.
An exercise in HDR photography.
The objective was an HDR photograph with minimal halos. Not sure I succeeded but I’m pleased with the result.
Five exposures combined using Photomatix and then processed using Lightroom and Photoshop.
Continuing the visit to Wasi Falls last week, here is another view.
Some Photomatix processing makes the colours a bit surreal.
With freezing rain and rain in the forecast today and tomorrow, this won’t last long.
January weather in Northern Ontario is unpredictable.
The Erie Canal in Pittsford has evolved over the years from a working canal to leisure.
A quiet morning early in summer finds preparations for a voyage underway, along with people relaxing.
Old times were busy here.
Not so much anymore.
This building near the Erie Canal in Pittsford, NY awaits its future.
The puzzle is ready. What does the future hold?