Monthly Archives: April 2015

End of Cold Season in Tdot ( April 2015)

Cherry Beach
April 3,2015 – 7:03PM ( -5 Deg. C)

The waters on the beach is usually on a low tide at this time of hour and I’ve noticed upon my visit that the rocks in the water have different colors on it making it a perfect “texture” for a foreground when compositing an image. I then walked a few steps in the water ( good thing I’ve worn my waterproof boots as the spot I’ve picked is about ankle high) and positioned my tripod and camera to capture the reflection of the sky, the abandoned lighthouse, the colorful rocks that can be seen on the crystal clear waters and the movement of the clouds in the horizon. I stood there for a couple of minutes even though I’ve had my picture already.. still gazing at nature and its beauty….

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Ice crystals and sunset

Cherry Beach
March 20,2015 – 7:38PM ( -8 Deg. C)

The ice has slowly melted in the beaches and its this time of the year where they would crack and separate a bit in the water and create mini-islands that would look amazing when captured during sunset or sunrise. It’s my last sunset chase where there is still ice in the water… glad there is still some to gazed upon….

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Sunset at Ashbridge Bay Park

Ashbridge Bay Park
March 19,2015 – 8:20PM (-14 Deg. C)

I’ve been a constant sunset chaser ever since I’ve continued my photography here in Toronto. Come rain or shine, hot or cold, whenever there is a sun setting, I’ll try to be there (except for extreme cold temperature as my DSLR is not weather sealed).

Ashbridge Bay Park is located in a beautiful area on the waterfront in the east end of Toronto. It was named after Sarah Ashbridge, a widow and British loyalist from Philadelphia who settled here in the 1790’s and obtained a Crown Land Grant to start her own farm. Ashbridges Bay was once part of the large sand dune chain spanning the majority of the Toronto Harbour. These dunes were the result of sediment from the Scarborough Bluffs being deposited by the currents from Lake Ontario. ( source : Toronto¬†Parks, Forestry & Recreation website )

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