On the weekend we drove to cottage country. Our inlaw’s have a large, mostly forested, recreational property on the Canadian Shield. On the east side, the property’s boundary is the Crowe River which meanders a lot in this area although it becomes quite a torrent farther downstream. The grassy portion of the bank (lower right, around the willow tree) is where we access the river if we want to swim — which we certainly didn’t on the weekend.
On the spur of the moment, I snapped three shots to stitch into a panorama in Photoshop. At one time, I would have had to do this stitching manually, but Photoshop has automated the task and done it so well that I didn’t need to do any tweaking afterward. (You can see this panorama somewhat larger by clicking here, which I recommend because panoramas become quite skinny.)
Those who have frequented my blog in the past will possibly recall seeing other versions of the following pictures. The day was cloudy, so I made sure to keep a subdued tone in these photos. Not every photo has to pop. 🙂