In pre-COVID days during warm months these park benches would be full of families. I look forward to the day when they will be full once more.
Thankfully, the seagull remained still long enough for this long exposure shot.
These mushrooms were nicely positioned at chest height on a decaying branch.
It took some doing to force myself around branches and brush to get close enough for this shot.
Insects destroyed this tree and left these patterns behind. Unfortunately, such damage is everywhere in Ottawa.
Not sure what this is, but it makes an interesting photographic subject.
A long exposure detail at Hog's Back falls. This is a 1/3 sec exposure.
I find it amazing that plants can thrive in a water-logged environment such as this.
A small waterfall, dwarfed by the tumult out of the frame around it.
A 0.4 sec exposure. The dam wall is just visible at the upper right.
Another small section of the flow with a 1 sec exposure. In this case, I was intrigued with the small spray of water at the upper right.
This is a long exposure panorama. It consists of six, 1/5 sec, shots stitched together in Lightroom.