Here’s my entry for this week’s Tuesdays of Texture.
They’re from a recent visit to Montmorency Falls just outside of Québec City. These shots are a good example of the type of texture created in and around a waterfall in winter.
The first is from the top of the falls and the other three are from down at the base.
We’re actually standing on the frozen river to get these shots. As you can see some folks were more adventurous than me and were not afraid to get closer.
I preferred to keep a safe distance while looking for interesting texture patterns in the frozen cliffs and snow drifts at the base.
I also caught some great pics of a few ice-climbers on the left side of the falls but I’m saving those are for an upcoming post.
I promise you folks I’m almost done with winter texture pics for this year, but in the meantime thank you for looking 🙂