|rushing waters of the Robson River below Mount Robson which runs to the Fraser River and the Pacific Ocean|
Donna, at A Personal Photo Challenge, is a wonderful photographer (whose photos can be seen at her personal blog Cottage Days and Journeys.) Once a month, she offers a challenge to photographers or want-to-be photographers like me to hone our skills. She puts up links and suggestions for great photos.
This month the challenge was water. I wish I had read the links before I went on my trip to the Rockies. I know some things I would have done differently.
All of these photos were taken with my Nikon Coolpix, without a tripod. For editing, I added in a tiny bit of shadow to highlight the contrasts which are hard to capture on sunny days.
|calm Lake Agnes, above Lake Louise|
|a boulder and tree strewn glacier fed stream on a cloudy day - the stream feeds Lake Louise|
|sparkling ocean waters off Vancouver Island|
I'm always amazed at the different looks water offers. From ocean to mountain streams to glacier fed lakes water takes on so many characteristics.
Linking to A Personal Photo Challenge hosted by Donna.