There’s a problem with doing a photography blog and coming back from vacation with hundreds of photos. I sit here scrolling through them, and I don’t even know where to start. I just have so many favourites!! However, each time I look at them a different shot jumps out at me and appeals to me in its own special way, so that is how I will decide what to post each day. They won’t necessarily be in any order – I will just post what catches my eye that day and hope that you will enjoy them as well :).
After we arrived at Wright Point Resort in Port Loring, Ontario and unpacked the car, we took a little walk to get our bearings. Down at the beach there was a line of canoes and kayaks waiting patiently for adventure seekers, and I found they were beautiful subjects for photos. Here are two that I particularly liked.
I just love the way the sun sparkles on the water in this first photo and how it reflects up onto the canoes.
I was also pleased with the composition of these shots because as I have said before, I used to always make sure my photos captured the entire subject. Now I am realizing more and more that you don’t have to centre your subject in the frame. It can be quite appealing to zoom in and capture only part of the subject.