Canadian Geographic Photo Club - Life After Humans

Life After Humans

by ValTosheva from Ottawa CA on 10 Nov 2014

I don’t know if this is the fascinating life of Thomas Wilson, one of Canada's more significant inventors; or the eerie feeling the ruins of his long-deserted industrial complex emit; or simply the sound of the rumbling water is what makes me go there again and again, and marvel at the mysteries and turns and twists of the human life and what we leave behind. Hidden in the folds of Gatineau Park, this place is a real gem that keeps me spellbound. I have chosen that old picture style to show you the ruins, as this is exactly how I felt while photographing the place a few days ago.

  • Camera: NIKON D7100
  • Focal: 18 mm
  • Shutter speed: 0.125 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 13
  • ISO: 100
tagged: carbid wilson ruinsi gatineau park ndustrial ruins nature water


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