Photographer's Note

Well I have been too busy to post any photos or visit many of my friends on trek lately. My work load has been challenging and have had little time to enjoy a good evening on this site. So please forgive me for not returning your kind critiques.
Another thing that has hindered my ability to enjoy photography is the waiting for my repaired Rebel from Canon. I thought I could fix the vexatious error 99 code myself but resigned to sending the camera in to a Calgary Service center. Upon calling them they said they were replacing the shutter for me at a reasonable cost. So I am waiting. If you ever wonder about your occupation in photography try living without your camera for a couple months. That void made me think for a while about why I enjoy taking photos. I would have to conclude that there exists inside me a creative expression that needs to capture photos. And believe me I have seem so many photo opportunities in the last few weeks too. So onto this photo.

This is another capture taken on the west coast of Vancouver Island from last September. I took a number of morning photos along the coast that can be seen in the theme link. This zoom capture shows the morning mist from the sea and gentle sun highlights shining through on the coastline. Cropped a little further to capture a thirds balance, I trust you will enjoy seeing this frame. Enjoy and all the best!

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