Where Trees Wallow in Water

The Loyalist Parkway and Bath Road (hwy #33) winds its way along the edge of Lake Ontario from Picton to Kingston, Ontario. The shoreline along this route is dotted with trees listing south towards the sun, leaning precariously over the water. Many of the trees have branches that extend all the way down into the water, as if they are attempting to get a drink from one of the largest fresh water sources in the world. Though it is not difficult to discern where the tree begins and where it ends, it’s still a strange sight to behold. Better even, when in low light and calm waters as was the case during a recent trip to the area. The three pictures below are of the same tree at sunrise. Despite the relatively calm waters, I wanted to smooth things out some more so I used the Big Stopper from Lee Filters. Enjoy! s loyalist parkway map

 

 

Sunrise Over the Trees on the Shores of Lake Ontario

“Sunrise Over the Trees on the Shores of Lake Ontario”
Bath, Ontario, Canada
Nikon D800 w/ 16-35 f/4 @ 29mm, ISO 400, 30 sec at f/11
Lee Filters Big Stopper, 0.9 ND Grad

Where Trees Wallow in Water

“Where Trees Wallow in Water”
Bath, Ontario, Canada
Nikon D800 w/ 16-35 f/4 @ 16mm, ISO 400, 30 sec at f/11
Lee Filters Big Stopper

trees wallow in water

“Just the Tip”
Bath, Ontario, Canada
Nikon D800 w/ 16-35 f/4 @ 16mm, ISO 400, 30 sec at f/11
Lee Filters Big Stopper

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