It’s that time of year, again.
The temperatures are warming, the snow is melting, the ice is off the lakes and rivers, where ever there’s a strong current.
The only thing missing is colour. Everything looks kind of drab.
What to do? Use black and white !!!
This image is of a backlit floating dock, just above the discharge of Wabigoon Lake. It consists of black plastic “pillows”, pinned together. For a result with a bit more pop, I increased the contrast and inverted the images 180 degrees to give it the appearance of a ceiling of some sort.
Gotta play !!!
Dryden, Ontario, Canada
Olympus E-510; 40 – 150 mm lens
ISO 100; f:8; 1/100 second
Exposure compensation: -1