A low pressure area over Hudson’s Bay spread continental arctic air over this part of the world again so we had a day or two of bright, calm and cold weather. This is what we saw:
Jack pine skeleton on Hwy 407 enroute to Meshaw Falls…
Looking upstream from the Falls bridge.
Creek flowing from Grundy Lake to Portage Lake at the snowmobile crossing….
Byng Inlet in the morning…
Adeline at dockside …
CPR trestle over Magnetawan River just as the sun sets. These vivid gold/oranges and dark blues are what we saw, characteristic of “Golden Hour” light.
Some folks really like Golden Hour Photographs. Fun to play with.
Dear Tom, Winter presents such beautiful views. Thank you. xoxo
Nice collection of winter photos!