Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
I am just looking the scene and I discover how much I miss the seacongrats, dear and have a nice sundayhttp://graceolsson.com/blog/2011/04/impressions-of-argentina/
... and a nice, lonely sunset it looks like.
Nice view, enhanced by the wispy clouds. I don't think 10,000 actuation's on the shutter is much, some go 100,000 or more before needing service.
Lovely image. The lighting is perfect.
Great photo! I love the sunlight on the water.Peace
Oh to be by the water and hear the seagulls!
Seagulls will do! Love those clouds in the sky too.
Very nice, the sky looks a little threatening.
Canal? It looks like a lake. I guess it is the entrance. Very different from anything in California.
Lovely scene. The water looks a little choppy. I'll bet it's cold!
Beautiful composition. I love the light on the water.
beautiful light in ths photo, specially the glittering water
What a pretty picture, and how good to see all the ice gone.B.
It is a pretty picture. Look at the rain falling in the distance. great colors and seagulls are ok too. MB
The lighting is very pretty, a gorgeous scenic shot.
I always find it relaxing to watch the seagulls fly. Lovely scene!
Most common birds here either...
The ducks were hiding!
Beautiful picture. You got almost every details in that picture.
Lots of seagulls. Love the darkness of the shot. Looks like a cold spring day.
Even without the seagulls, it's a beautiful scene!
Very beautiful photo!!!
Wondeful image, I want to much to photograph a lighthouse! Here in landlocked Luxembourg it's understandably not so easy... :)Lovely birds in previous posts too!God bless you!Cezar
What is "only" about seagulls? Nice lake scene, EG.
You also found a wonderful scene! Good shot.
It's a beautiful photo.
In a pinch, seagulls will have to do...and they're more fun to photograph than ducks, anyway! Right.By the way, you're very funny. And the answer to all your questions is: I dunno!
Love this photo. Beautifully captured.
The light here is just beautiful!! The water looks like beaten pewter!
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