Serenity Rock

Posted by on December 2, 2018 in Photographic adventures | 1 comment

This spot is amazing for photo opportunities and not many people are here as it is not well know to the locals. It feels pleasantly secluded and is nice to not have people photo bombing your capture. Other than the inuksuks on the boulders there is little sign of people in general. I set the Hasselblad X1D with XCD 45mm on a tripod and set the exposure to make the water look silky and to provide sharpness in the foreground. The image is razor sharp to the corners and I loved how transparent the ice cold water is as indicated by the freshly fallen fall leaves. It is a great spot to get unplugged from the world and truly relax. The only thing missing for ultimate experience was a glass of red wine in a pewter wine glass. Cheers, Brian

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  1. “Smoke on the water” come to mind with this.

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