Location: Taken just after our first snowfall, on Sturgeon Creek in the west end of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada….Better sen enlarged HERE
Camera Details: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi, 55mm Lens, Aperture exp 9.0, Shutter speed 1/250, ISO 100
HDR enhanced….Tripod mounted…. blending five exposures…. 1,0,-1,-2 using Photomatix HDR software
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Location: Taken just after our first snowfall, on Sturgeon Creek in the west end of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Rocks are not static and inert. They are constantly changing, shifting, and rearranging their form and location. They can be melted, deposited, eroded and squeezed into new forms… They offer clues about the shifting, changing nature of the continents, mountain ranges, oceans and islands… When an animal or plant dies and its remains leave an impression in rock, the resulting fossil is a testament to life’s history and its changing, evolving nature… Explore the fossils life has left as clues to its evolution.
Written by— Robert R. Coenraads