Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Making the Most of a Gray Morning…

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Thanks for checking in today. I am in Saskatoon this morning after presenting two short digital lectures at the Saskatoon Quilters’ Guild yesterday afternoon and evening. The topic was about finding inspiration. During these gray days of November I keep reminding myself, and anyone who cares to listen that no matter how gray the day, nature knows how to surprise us.

I am sharing images I captured on Saturday while exploring the south shore of Buffalo Pound Lake. When I first arrived the surface was covered with a thin sheet of ice – after 30 minutes and several lens changes the ice had disappeared yet the shoreline continued to be a magical wonderland. Enjoy!

This entry was published on November 6, 2012 at 6:47 am. It’s filed under Art, Landscape photography, Nature photography, Nature's Art and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Making the Most of a Gray Morning…

  1. Leona Larsen on said:

    These pics are so very beautiful. I always wonder what kind of camera you are shooting with because everything is so clear and bright. Thanks so much.
    Also please pre-register me for the summer dying and design class at Emma Lake. I have always thought I would like to attend a class there, but never had the nerve before now. I am not very good in class (meaning trouble focusing and producing) but feel that after the winter design class with you and my friends I will be ok there. Getting ideas out in a class seems to elude me for some reason. But will do this. Leona

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    • Leona, thanks for your comment. As to your question about which camera I use: My main camera is a Nikon 3100, every once in a while I use my Canon Point-and-Shoot or my iPhone.
      I have passed your name on to the director at Emma Lake. Registration for workshops don’t start till spring 2013 – he will be in touch with you once registration is officially open.

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  2. Dianne on said:

    Love the images you captured.

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