Something amazing happened on Friday, May 20th this year. The fog and mist met on the beach in Kincardine, Ontario – also known as the most amazing light and dream photo setup I can think of.
Something else amazing happened this weekend: We’re all still alive! Congratulations Everyone! Sorry Mr. Judgement Day May 21, 2011.
Oh ya! and one more thing to share:Â the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) has issued a Zombie Apocalypse Preparedness 101 here: Zombies are Coming!
Personally, I believe the CDC’s suggestions of readying oneself for a zombie apocalypse is more likely than Judgement Day 2011. I mean, they’re not really suggesting that a zombie apocalypse is near, but their suggestions of stocking up on extra water, clothing, medication and first aid supplies doesn’t really hurt. Honestly, everyone should have a backup plan should a disaster strike and having a zombie themed reason to have it spread through social media is a great idea, so I thought I’d help them out and share it with all my friends too!
With all this talk about the world ending, I thought it would be appropriate to share my latest photo collection.
This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to spend some time in Kincardine, Ontario. I love this place, it’s totally photogenic and natural.Â However, sometimes mysterious things happen with living near the water. This past Friday was a misty day.Â Not just fog, like actual mist coming off the lake ALL DAY long. It totally reminded me of Stephen King’s The Mist. If you haven’t seen it – Watch It! At first, it seemed a little creepy to venture down to the beach by myself for photos, but after noticing the mist landing on and exposing the many hidden spiderwebs around the deck, I decided it was time to grab the camera and go for a walk.
I wasn’t disappointed.
Finally making it down to the beach and looking to my left:
Then taking a look to my right:
I was out there for a while and captured, what could be, one of my favourite landscape shots of all time
After a day at the beach, the sun eventually set and it looked like a red sky at night to me!
I hope you don’t mind the occasional blog post about me and my adventures/thoughts. Although, I am a wedding / portrait photographer, I love what I do so much that I jump at any opportunity to take story telling photos and share them with you. In fact, I’d love to do some wedding photography in Kincardine, Ontario sometime. If you know someone, have them message me here: firstname.lastname@example.org