There were a couple of different ways I could interpret this one. I chose looking straight down, but there was also the option of shooting from a high vantage point across to the horizon and capturing the landscape spread out in front of you.
Being on top of the ridge for this shot gave me a lovely view of the entire bay across to Godrevy Lighthouse, while allowing me to also capture people enjoying the beach below.
I love all the pickets in this view from my balcony window at our cottage in Carbis Bay.
The landscape created on the floor of the wood is just as interesting and complex as the more grand vistas.
One of my favourite views at Sense Valley is across the lakes to the ridge opposite.
The village above the lake is so peaceful in the late afternoon light.
So, different takes on shooting landscapes from the high ways instead of the byways. The two photos of Sense Valley (the final two in the gallery) were taken with my new lens!
A Canucks Eye View
I'm a Canadian who loves our planet and the people living on it. I also love to travel and take pictures. I'd like to think I've improved a little, but am pretty sure there's room to be better.
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I liked the shadow of the peak of the house in #2 shot. It points you down to the beach. Love you. Mom >