This is a close-up of the terrain on Lucy’s back and hip.
I live in a very flat part of the world. Elevation changes could be measured in centimeters or inches. This cluster of silos is over four kilometers from where I was. Although it was a little hazy, it was easy to see some details.
This looks grainy, or out of focus. The focus is on the snowflakes in the foreground; a snow shower was ongoing and caught against a bright background.
It’s good to get down on your subject’s level. My subject was fungus growing out of an old tree stump, with a bonus of capturing an inchworm navigating the landscape.
It has been a glorious early spring day. Full sun, not a cloud in the sky, Bella Luna rising in the afternoon.
A good day to be alive.
The sun is muted by far-off clouds before it bursts into the wide and otherwise cloudless sky.
Stones create a colourful mosaic on a beach at Rondeau Provincial Park.
I was fortunate to see the rising sun briefly appear above the horizon before disappearing behind a deck of clouds.
This close-up of small ferns growing out of a fallen log could easily be mistaken for a close-up of a conifers’ leaves.
Scud, the lowest level of clouds, are roiled in advance of an impending rain shower.