I headed to Belleville late one evening searching scenic locations that were in quiet, low traffic areas . . . at least in the wee hours of the morning. I had scouted out this area on a previous trip and came back, although this time I set up my tripod in shallow water alongside Zwick Park.
This was a 71-second time exposure. The water was almost glassy with a few ducks and geese slowly paddling about. Because it was a time exposure, the water appears calmer and the waterfowl largely “disappear”.
This was taken in November and I was standing in the Bay of Quinte up past my knees . . . what people will do for a photo.
Giclée Print: This image is printed on archive grade, 100% Cotton Rag paper using Canon LUCIA pigment inks. Archival methods and materials were used in printing and framing this photograph. Hardwood frame made in Campbellford.