|Chairs photographed as found.|
|Wonderful for climbing!|
We all brought our DSLR cameras and accoutrements and set off. After brief drive we arrived in the crisp Manitoba air with the sun beating down, illuminating the dilapidated dam causing many shadows, a photographer delight.
|Used for firing practice by the local army post-dam use.|
|Not dead. Just sleeping.|
|Old, thick, metal dumahicky :)|
|Light playing on the crunchy, white snow.|
The snow, ice and icicles were interesting to capture. Resting on various places, slowly falling off others, soon to become water rushing into the stream nearby.
|Part of the locke dam structure.|
|Gigantic curve of snow and ice looming over Darren.|
|Jacquie and Darren in the act of photographing.|
|The wind had fun blowing this feather around.|
|One became two after the wind picked up.|
As we turned to leave we quickly took several fun shots. Some more fun than others.
|Moi, in front of the dam.|
|Jacquie, a true Canadian!|
|The lone eater|
|The only bird I was able to capture in flight.|
|Full bellies. Taking a break.|
|Love this one!|
|My favourite of the day.|