The Ledges In Winter - Fitzgerald Park 2004

This page also was narrowed down to 56 photos taken over the course of several days. 

January 7
January 9
January 13
February 17

The designated nature trails at the park, as well as those along the river and the Ledges, are often a primary where to go choice when I want a special time to connect spiritually with our Creator.  Plus, it is full of opportunity for photo outings, as you see. 


I was fascinated by ice formations both here and at Oak park, and took a substantial number of pictures of them.  It can, however, be tricky getting the camera to sense the light situation.  With film, a tripod, and very slow settings (or fast film) would have been needed.  Not so with digital cameras.  It took a fair number of blurred, and also overly bright, photos to see how the camera reads the light, and how to compensate. 


The ledges in these next four shots are not actually located in Fitzgerald Park.
I am taking the pictures from within the park boundaries across the river.


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