Photographer's Note

This week I have been off work on vacation and had some time to take some photos. I have always been a big fan of capturing morning light. It has its own beauty in contrast to evening light. So yesterday before dawn I took a trip up to Hicks Lake which is just behind Harrison Lake north east of Chilliwack. I was able to take some wonderful shots with crystal clear mirror water and absolute calm. Not a soul in sight, other than a couple Canadian Geese flying overhead squaking over what to eat. I was actually hoping they would not land in the water to disturb the stillness in my lake!

A few minutes after the sun came over the mountian light fell on these rocks. I was trying to capture the character of these shapes along with some perspective depth of the lake's stillness behind. But what impressed me most was the lighting and that I had the lake all to myself.

Its interesting to note that I seldom shoot vertical photos. This is my ninth one posted out of 370 photos posted. I have been in the habit of emailing photos to friends for their desktop. Perhaps that is why I have avoided shooting more verticals. Captured in raw format and presented to you for your enjoyment!

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