Here are a few photos from the past week of exploring the Newfoundland coast. The scenery has been fantastic and the weather.... well, let's just say that it's classic coastal conditions (fog, rain!). I've been eating fresh seafood daily, in fact eating some as I write this! I'm tired and weary from a very rough boat tour this afternoon to see puffins and whales (too tough to photograph), so I won't write much now.
Photo 1: Change Islands, Newfoundland; EOS 1DsIII; 70-200/2.8 lens; Singh-Ray LB Colorcombo polarizer & 2 stop hard edge ND grad
Photo 2: The fog rolls in at Cape Race, Newfoundland; EOS 1DsIII; 24-70/2.8 lens; Singh-Ray LB Colorcombo polarizer & 2 stop hard edge ND grad
Photo 3: Cape Race Lighthouse in fog (converted to black & white in Photoshop); EOS 1DsIII; 24-70/2.8 lens
Photo 4: Northern Gannet landing, Cape St. Mary's, Newfoundland; EOS 1DsIII; 500mm IS lens
Photo 5: Northern Gannet flying past sunset, Cape St. Mary's, Newfoundland; EOS 1DsIII; 500/4 IS lens
If that's you in the background, I now know why it's called "Cape Race"!
Absolutely gorgeous photographs!ReplyDelete
LOVE the lighthouse shot, Eth!ReplyDelete
How long did you have to wait to get those "flight" shots? :>)ReplyDelete
Wonderful photos and wonderful blogReplyDelete
Ethan these shots are amazing!! Hope you had a great time on the Rock!!ReplyDelete
love the photos, saw a tv program on the ice breaker ship that accompanies the ferry, so I looked up the area on google as know nothing of the area. Would love to visit if got the chance, but for now can look at the lovely photos. From Sue Fareham England.ReplyDelete
hello, this post remember me when i was a child, i do not know why....ReplyDelete
Love those shots of cape race, I used to work at the lighthouse as tour guide for years, and my uncle is still a lighthouse keeper there. im from portugal cove south, you had to pass through there to get to the lighthouse. my absolute favorite place in the worldReplyDelete
Do you have any other shots of change islands ?ReplyDelete