Photo of the Day – 2018-12-17

A panorama of yesterday’s sunset over the Big Sound. The sun now sets about as far south as it can with only four days until the Winter Solstice. (December 2018) Click the image for a more detailed view.

Photo of the Day – 2018-12-01

Yesterday’s CP Christmas Train pulling into Parry Sound shot as a smartphone panorama from the Town Dock area. (November 2018)

Photo of the Day – 2018-11-28

If yesterday was had a little bit of panorama distortion this one is off the charts. It was shot panning with an iPhone from right to left while the train was crossing the trestle left to right. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it turned out just fine. Parry Sound’s CP trestle crossing the Seguin. Click the image for a more detailed view. (November 2018)

Photo of the Day – 2018-11-27

Another panorama from the past Thursday looking back from the Parry Sound Town Dock. There is a little bit of distortion seen in the upward curve of the trestle. Click the image for a more detailed view. (November 2018)

Photo of the Day – 2018-11-26

Sunset from the Parry Sound waterfront this past Thursday with the distortion of a panorama and the blue of the sky reflected in the shadows. Click the image for a more detailed view. (November 2018)

Photo of the Day – 2018-11-21

The CP Trestle in Parry Sound crossing the Seguin River as seen from the Rotary Algonquin Regiment Fitness Trail a little before sunset. If you shoot panoramas, in this case with an iPhone, you should be be prepared for surprises. This time it was a pleasant surprise. You will immediately recognize the distortion if you have seen the trestle in person or in photos. (November 2018)

Photo of the Day – 2018-11-18

Three towers of Parry Sound as seen late in the day from the North Shore Rugged Trail. I was surprised to see the tower at Tower Hill Heritage Garden in this image looking back towards Parry Sound, but I shouldn’t have been. The North Shore Rugged Trail is readily seen from atop the tower, but it’s easy to ignore the towers when out on the trail. All that is missing are the two water towers. (November 2018)