Taken from the boardwalk passing through the “Mer Bleue” Conservation area near Ottawa, Canada. It is one of many nationally protected peat bog areas and is the habitat for many water fowl , beavers, muskrat and a plethora of plant species usually found in northern tundra.
“Mer Bleue” ( french for “blue sea” or lake ) is so-called because of the blue mistiness that envelopes it at dawn and dusk.
This panorama was taken in Infrared (IR) using a Canon G2 on a tripod, with exposure set at ISO 100, 4 sec @ f7.1 and using 3 frames at 35mm focal length.
Taken on a September afternoon on a particularly clear day.