Had a short outing in the Muskoka region in the fall. Had some very brief time to photograph to a few fall landscape shots.
I was with another friend, we set out at around 4:30am and drive into Algonquin provincial park. We arrived at the Lake Of Two Rivers campground trying to shoot the run rise.
The color that day was wonderful. A thick fog developed on the lake and the rising sun produced a smooth gradient of warming color in the air. The subtle reflection of the island in the water, and a few shadow of the distant mountain, all made that morning very memorable. Here’s a shot to show you the color of the morning.
Another shot from a slightly different point of view.
As the sun rises higher, the fog became more visible. These two person decided to do some early paddling on the lake.
Here’s a few shots of the actual sun rising up from the horizon.
After the sun came up and we were packing up all the gears and getting ready to leave, we spotted this blue heron in the lake getting some breakfast. So we unpacked and took some photo of the heron.
Here’s where Lake of Two Rivers is located.