I don't often just head out with a camera, but that was just the plan for this afternoon. A meandering drive down the South Shore of Nova Scotia saw me stopping at several rivers, and photographing the rushing spring water. In the above image, it is hard to sell, but almost the entire width of the river is in the image, as the water recedes across a man-made dam to the top left corner.
|Digital original, 2 image exposure blend|
The best images of the day were made at Sable River, on the way home. An old water mill is y the side of the road, and while the wheel is no-longer spilling, it sill made for a picturesque scene, especially when I took the time to clamber through the scrubby forest and find a low vantage point.
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