Be sure to read Part One of this series.
The next day, I went on a little scouting mission to find a better spot to shoot east towards the Carillon dam. In Part One, the last two shots were taken from a spot just east of Chute-a-Blondeau, Ontario. I went back there and discovered a little spit of land that extends right out into the river offering a panoramic view of the basin created by the Carillon Dam.
What is most striking about these is the clour shift. Because I was shooting earlier in the evening – and because I was shooting in the direction of the rising moon, the sky took on a much more golden colour. I should note that I have not tinted these photos in anyway – and the white balance is the same as the photos from the night before.Pin It