Two paddlers taking a break to admire the beauty of nature. If you are reading this from WordPress App, then you may need to click into the post to see them.
By definition, landscape photography should be purely natural, but I prefer to add a human element, even if it is very small in the frame.
The village of Alma (New Brunswick, Canada) boasts the highest tides in the world. This trio of lobster boats have completed their daily catch and are now resting on the mud, awaiting the tide to come in so they would have enough water to launch again.
Sightings at the Canadian Rockies. Are they careful with each step? I don’t know, but these bighorn sheep certainly seem at ease and sure-footed as they move swiftly up the vertical rock face.
The muscles on their hindquarters propel them in powerful leaps that take them from ledge to ledge. OMG.
On edges or rocky promontories where it seems impossible to stand. Their sandy-colored coat provides ideal camouflage from predators … and photographers. Moreover, they are super fast when it comes to scaling sheer cliffs. So I had to be careful to get the shots right.
My response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Careful
The theme for this week is Monochromatic and here is my fifty shades of grey. Can you see the fallen tree?