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Weekly Photo Challenge: SUN

A protective hand shades our eyes and we squint as the SUN blinds us with it’s pure, white light. That’s what we usually think of when we think of the SUN. 

But there’s a time near the end of the day when the SUN is close to the horizon. It radiates softer rays of light with a beautiful golden glow that intensifies colours and casts it’s warmth to whatever it touches.

Our campsite beside Lake Opeongo in Algonquin Park, Ontario was in a perfect location to benefit from this occurrence. Just before sunset the light would naturally saturate the landscape with beautiful reds, oranges and yellows.


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21 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: SUN

  1. Beautiful. I really enjoy the “WOW!” moments of nature.

  2. Nice shot! And what a nice place for camping!

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  4. This post inspires me to go camping soon . Hopefully soon while it’s still Spring. Summer can get really hot in Texas. Beautiful photo. The sunlight made the trees glow…so, is our hearts. Thank you. I wish you all the wonderful blessings in life…

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  6. Gemma on said:

    The tent is drawfed by those giant sticks! 🙂 Great site. Great shot.

  7. It looks warm. 🙂

  8. On a cold day like today, that picture looks very warm 🙂

  9. good article, thanks for sharing and fantastic fotoshot

  10. Our first canoe trip started on Lake Opeongo in 1975, we continued our canoe trips in Algonquin every summer until recently. It is a beautiful wilderness. This photo is taking me back to the warm summer nights in silent awe of the beauty of the world.

  11. Northern Narratives on said:

    Great photo.

  12. Beautiful picture. Thanks for sharing it. 🙂

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