The Real North River

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Comments


Debra Plett

Beautiful depth to this image Bernie. From the boulders in the foreground, the river leading ones eye through to the mountains. Looks great in b and w.

Clifford Dupuis

Nicely composed and the B&W emphasises the weather

Yves Langlois

Like that one very much Bernie. Very good perspective with the big boulders and the line of dark tree on the left side.

Description
I don't post many B&W shots, but some images demand that treatment, especially those taken on 'black and white days' such as was the case here. The sun was a pale yellow blob hidden behind thick clouds which were beginning to drop their loads of snow on the distant hills; the water was becoming ever darker and the little bit of color given to it by the sun was soon going to be gone, lost in the snowstorm. There are many, many "North Rivers" but for me this is the real one - just a few clicks off the Cabot Trail northward through the community of North River Bridge and you will find a parking area for your vehicle. Stop and explore this little corner of Cape Breton Island. Follow the trail upriver to the "Big Falls". Time for lunch!
Taken By
Bernie Ewing
Taken On
November 25, 2021
Tagged
river winter ice snow clouds rapids hills light reflection cbi nature outdoors tree plant bird animal
  • Focal: 27
  • Lens Model: 18.0-70.0 mm f/3.5-4.5
  • Shutter speed: 0.01666666667 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 13

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