Hey peeps! =) It's Sunday... I never post on Sunday, well this week I am! I need to get this show on the road... Highway 6 North to be exact.
Inglis Falls is a stunning 18 meter (59 feet) high cascading waterfall. It 's one of three waterfalls that surround the city of Owen Sound in Ontario created by the Sydenham River meeting the edge of the Niagara Escarpment.
This is one of the hundreds of waterfalls that follow the escarpment through Ontario. The escarpment is most famous as the cliff over which the Niagara River plunges to form Niagara Falls, for which it is named.
I hope you enjoy this view. This was a 5 second exposure taken on a windy day with the Big Stopper. I was lucky to get a couple of shots with the green foliage in the foreground in focus. This might be a little too soft for some, but I think the filter really makes this look beautiful. Thank you LEE Filters!! The reason I cropped this to square was because the left side of the frame was not very interesting and the water was way too white from the long exposure, so I thought this looked better, in my eyes anyways.
It's kind of hard to believe because I love photographing waterfalls,
but this is my first waterfall shot I have posted since I posted this shot of Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia.. Way back in February. Well, you'll be seeing more and more in the
next couple of weeks from me, so hopefully it's a good thing! =)
I hope everyone is having an enjoyable weekend especially everyone from the US who are celebrating their Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you have fun and be safe!