Sunday, September 17, 2006

September Showers




Andrea and I spend a lot of our summer weekends up at my folk's cottage in Muskoka. The last weekend we were up there was feeling a lot more like Fall, which is too bad, but what can you do? I took these on the Labour Day weekend after a bit of rain.

25 Comments:

Blogger Chad Oneil said...

Wow, really great. I like the droplet of water ready to fall off the fruit and the slow shutter speed on the steam.

9/17/2006 2:37 PM  
Blogger Salty Dawg said...

Nice pics! I particularly like your composition with the waterfall, making the single colored leaf the focal point. Good work!

9/17/2006 3:56 PM  
Blogger Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

great shots, Jol, love the veiling and pov in top one, all nice. Mary (Imagik)

9/17/2006 8:11 PM  
Blogger Marcelo said...

These are really great. Especially liked the "back to the farm" pictures.. You have a great style..and live in a country that really inspires photography. Will stop by shortly.

Marcelo

9/17/2006 9:42 PM  
Blogger Reflex said...

Wow, awesome photos. I really like the waterfall. And the others are just perfect.

9/17/2006 11:31 PM  
Blogger Cergie said...

Oh ! Autumn is arriving ! And then winter.
I like the droplet falling from the prune.
It's sound like the fruit had a cold ! Atchoum !!!

9/18/2006 12:21 AM  
Blogger Daniele Marioli said...

Very nice!
Good exposition, nice subjects...
Good Man!!
See you!

9/18/2006 12:49 AM  
Blogger Kim said...

The waterfall and maple leaf image made me want to burst out with, "Oh Can-a-da. . ." and I'm from south of the border! A very nice shot indeed, as are so many of those posted on your blog.
-Kim
PS-thanks for your kind comments, and glad you found and enjoyed my blog. -K.

9/18/2006 2:29 AM  
Anonymous bart said...

Fantastic!

9/18/2006 5:09 PM  
Blogger photowannabe said...

Great closeups. That droplet is spectacular.
Thanks for dropping by my blog. Come back anytime.

9/18/2006 5:21 PM  
Blogger photo-effe said...

it is really difficult to find so beautifuls macro shotn on photoblogs
complimets

9/18/2006 5:49 PM  
Anonymous Adam said...

Bring May flowers?

9/18/2006 6:49 PM  
Blogger milo said...

you take awesome pics!!! Keep on takin and postin em!;O)

9/18/2006 8:44 PM  
Blogger Susan Jones said...

Muskoka is beautiful, the fall there is amazing.
nice shots!

9/18/2006 9:53 PM  
Blogger Faye Pekas said...

You have some great shots here. I especially like the farm and roadside shots. The waterfall here is yummy too.

9/18/2006 10:10 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

You have a beautiful eye! These are really great!

9/18/2006 10:26 PM  
Blogger selana18 said...

This is my first visit to your blog.Your photos are amazing!You have a beautiful eye.

9/19/2006 5:56 AM  
Blogger Reflex said...

Hey Joel,

I use a canon 30D, with a 18-55, 55-200 and sometimes a macro.

I think USM lenses are better than the "regular" ones. I have to try one of those :)

9/19/2006 8:46 AM  
Blogger Manuel Tendero Gil said...

hola unas fotos muy buenas un saludo

9/19/2006 2:13 PM  
Blogger Ben Reynolds said...

You're decent at taking pictures I guess. But I mean isn't taking pictures easy?? Don't you just point and click??
I'm your 20th comment. It's an honour.

9/19/2006 2:23 PM  
Blogger mademoiselle P said...

simply beautiful shots.. i love these colors and forms captured in a blinking

9/20/2006 9:39 AM  
Blogger Hans said...

looks awesome Joel, you're a pro! Very nice and sharp colors, plus you caught some interesting little details, like the drop on the berry and such. Great stuff:)

Hans

9/20/2006 2:11 PM  
Anonymous Keffy said...

Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice, Dooooooooode!!!!!!!!!!!

'Specially the crabapple!

And just so you know, you posted them on MY BIRTHDAY. The SEVENTEENTH. SEVENTEETHS are IMPORTANT (specially the next one!).

9/21/2006 11:27 AM  
Anonymous Keffy said...

oops, I misspelled the second SEVENTEENTH.

9/21/2006 11:28 AM  
Anonymous Keffy said...

And the more I look at it, the more I love that shellacked flower!!

9/21/2006 1:47 PM  

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