Reflections are fun to photograph. The strong wavy lines attracted me to this shot. But I also enjoy how the colourful reeds add further interest and energy.
The remnant of what may have originally been a beaver lodge. To my eyes, the trees seem to lean towards the lodge.
I took many reflection shots on the outing. In this case, I inverted the shot. I wanted it to appear both familiar and abstract.
A burnt log in a campfire that someone had once set near the river. I love the rich tones of the burnt wood and the geometry of the cracks.
Interesting geometries often catch my eye. This is a reflection of course, but I also see a right-pointing triangle.
Having had insect damage pointed out to me earlier in the year, I now see it everywhere. This particularly large example makes an interesting pattern.
Playing with balance and simplicity. It would have been better with just one bird, but you take what you're offered.
Canoes in twilight. I waited patiently for this alignment, although I took a few shots before and after as well.