Monochrome, Slow
West Canada Creek

I don’t know if I should call the last three weeks a break or an abandonment? I definitely wasn’t feeling the photography. The weather didn’t help, but that is a weak excuse, I really wasn’t into picking up the camera. Looking back through my files, February 20th was the last image I captured with my camera. I did a couple posts from my phone and I believe the last one was the kick-start I needed. I think I also had it in my head that after this weekend, as the clock jumps forward, I will have that extra time after I get home from work to go exploring.

Yesterday was a beautiful sunny day and I took the chance there would be some good water flowing in the West Canada Creek. The water level was not Spring thaw category but there were opportunities along the creek. I was able to explore both sides of the creek below Morgan’s Mill Dam. The lighting in the creek is definitely better from the East side when there is an afternoon sun. I enjoyed a good hour of calming water flow before temperatures reached my finger tips. I’m hoping today will be another good for exploring…


Olympus E-M1 Mark III, M. Zuiko 75-300mm f/4.8-6.7 II, 0.5s, 75mm, f/16, ISO 200

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