Saturday, January 05, 2008

Algonquin Park

I'm running on about 3 hours sleep today, but I'm in Algonquin Provincial Park, so life is good.
We lucked into some brief, but beautiful light this morning, followed by cooperative Pine Grosbeaks.

All photos EOS 1D2N

Lake of Two Rivers (70-200/2.8IS lens; Singh-Ray Gold'n'Blue polarizer with 3 stop soft ND grad:

Snow Angel (thanks Linda!); 17-40mm lens; Singh-Ray Gold'n'Blue polarizer with 2 stop hard ND grad:

Pine Grosbeaks 500/4IS plus 1.4x; fill flash -2


  1. Anonymous8:11 PM

    Beautiful work! I came across your photos from the singh-ray blog and now I'm a big fan! Keep up the good work! :)

  2. Anonymous8:21 PM

    Thanks Jonathan!

  3. Beautiful colors in the Lake of Two Rivers shot, Ethan.

  4. I love the snow angel.

    I have just started taking some photography course. I am just trying to understand ttehniques more so I can take btter pictures.

    Your work is an inspiration.

    I have added your link to my site.

    I will be back to visit.

  5. Anonymous12:31 AM

    Must be quite the angel. Looks beautiful.

  6. I had a trip to Algonquin park last year and it was the most wonderful trip in my life. We stayed in a pine cabin which was even amazing! We could see the view outs sitting inside, had kayaking and just played around in the park.