In landscape photography, there are many different ingredients to make the perfect photo—good lighting, a main subject, an intriguing background, and an interesting composition. When these core elements come together to complement each other, then the picture reaches a level of perfection.
In the third of a three part pictorial on the ice storm of 2013 that hit Ontario, we take a look at the beauty of the ice storm from afar, when the world was turned into a sparkling winter wonderland.
In the second of a three part pictorial on the ice storm of 2013 that hit Ontario, we take a close-up look at the beauty of the ice storm and the nearly 30mm of freezing rain that fell over the course of twenty four hours, coating everything with a thick layer of sparkling ice.
In the first of a three part pictorial on the ice storm of 2013 that hit Ontario, we take a look at some of the destructive effects of the nearly 30mm of freezing rain that fell over the course of twenty four hours.
They become martyrs for their kind, a whispered topic of talk carried in the breeze amongst trees in forests everywhere. To these, the few, the last fallen, I pay tribute. Frozen in time, preserved ’til thaw, the legends of the fall.
What is one to do when there’s freezing rain and school’s are cancelled. Go out and take some pictures, of course! The sidewalks, roads, cars, trees, and anything else was were bathed in a glistening coat of ice. What a sparkling treat.
Here are some shots of beautiful Lake Ontario in winter.