This was my Silent Sunday picture yesterday and it was taken at the end of our camping trip last week to Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park. Through the Silent Sunday linky I have discovered that I really enjoy taking photos of landscapes. Many people like to photograph flowers, the sky, their kids or pets doing something cute but I always get the most amazing response when I post photos of the gorgeous scenery around me. I really am fortunate enough to live in the most beautiful country and I love to share what I see.
Yesterday was no exception and I had the most amazing response to this photo of Moore Lake.
One night after dinner on our camping trip last week as we sat around the campfire I noticed the sky turn subtle shades of pink and peach. We all grabbed our cameras and headed down to the beach by the lake to watch the sunset and that was the sight that greeted us. It was so calm and so still without even a breath of wind. It was completely void of human sound with just the occasional Cricket, Cicada or birdcall.
There was the slightest hint of autumn in the air as the temperature dropped and the mist began to creep along the lake towards us. So we stood and looked and absorbed the wonder that is Mother Nature.