Shannon Falls: Changing Point of View
Adventure, play, and photography are my favorite ways to explore the natural world and continue to develop my photographic style and share my form of creative expression. What do I like, what don't I like. But more than that what do I want to convey and how best should I do that. As I approach a subject to photograph, every decision is a choice: where I set up my tripod (if I use a tripod- I don't always, even sometimes when I probably should), what lens to use, do I use my feet to get closer or move farther way, etc. Sometimes the obvious photo, the stand at the spot where the viewpoint sign is and take a photo makes sense. Often for me, it is a starting point. I am always amazed how quickly time can pass when I am in photography mode (for lack of a better way of describing it at the moment).
On my trip to Vancouver I visited and photographed Shannon Falls, the third largest waterfall in the province. What started as the standard viewpoint shot, the evening turned into a playful session trying different points of view to capture the waterfall. And it was really just the beginning of a wonderful night under the stars sleeping in a parking lot at the base of nearby Strawamus Chief (the second largest freestanding granite monolith in the world).
Varied view points of Shannon Falls:
Shannon Falls, British Columbia, Canada. © Jlynn Frazier. Shannon Falls, British Columbia, Canada. © Jlynn Frazier. Shannon Falls, British Columbia, Canada. © Jlynn Frazier. Shannon Falls, British Columbia, Canada. © Jlynn Frazier. Shannon Falls, British Columbia, Canada. © Jlynn Frazier.
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