Just on the edge of Killarney, MB.
Top image: 19-image Brenizer panorama, because apparently I like making my computer fan earn its keep.
Below: near, or far?
Top image: 19-image Brenizer panorama. Images were 55mm f/4, giving an effective final shot at 35mm f/2.5.
Series: Bike Ride PhotosThe entire series: Down by the river; Bike ride birds; The ex-garden and the weir; Snapshots of a ride; Across Town; Blackbird; North Hill campus; Lilacs and country roads; A pop of colour; Back lane flowers; More Brenizers; The river is high; A bird and a reflection; Rideau Park; Writing Retreat 2020, Day 7; Writing Retreat 2020: The Numbers; Storm damage, sunflowers; Eleanor Kidd gardens; Scenes from today’s ride; All right, autumn can be pretty; Bike ride, April 10, 2021; Bike ride wildlife; Bike ride, May 16, 2021; Some flowers for you; Lilacs; Under the bridge; A fence, a tree, and the sky; Turtle Crossing; Cemetery critters; On Reflection; Weekend rides; Upon Reflection; Deer and paparazzi; September Bike Ride; Corn & Sunset; On Reflection: Oct. 1st; Autumn Trees; A bit of graffiti; November bike ride; Geese; Day 30; Quack quack; Skinny deer; Monday bike ride; Saturday snaps; Deer + Flowers; Bike Ride — July 17, 2022; The meadow.
Sighted on my bike ride. (In fairness it didn’t look quite that dramatic in real life.)
Just off the #1. It was still too bright at 10 PM for astrophotography, but I did like the look of the sky.
I hopped on my bike for about an hour today, and I bring you these photos from my ride. Above: a 9‑image panorama from the southwest end of town. Below: Lilacs and sky. (What’s your favourite focus? I prefer the flowers myself.)
We didn’t get the worst of last night’s storms. There was some lightning and thunder, a little bit of rain, and a 2½ hour power outage, but we caught the edge of the storm as it went by.
We did get some interesting skies, though.