Boat Wake, White Lake

Although I do go on some intentional photo shoots for some subjects (birds and bridges being two prime examples), I tend to the opportunistic in my photography.  Others might characterize it differently, but all I mean is that most of my photos arise from me taking my camera with me, along for the ride.

Sometimes, literally.

Boat wake in late afternoon.

 

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6 Responses to Boat Wake, White Lake

  1. Barry Jewell says:

    The sky is so calm – in contrast with the water.
    I like!

  2. Jim Taylor says:

    Why do I see the still waters (that restore my soul?) and not the roiling wake?
    Jim T

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Jim T – I see the churn, primarily, but don’t find it roiling or distressing. It looks like liquid silver to me. Funny how differently people react to the same image, eh?

  3. Waves of every size have an endless fascination for me. I have spent joyous time translating some of my favourites into oil paintings and seeing your boat wakes awakens the desire to do so again.

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