I think it was about two years ago this time, the cherry blossoms were at full bloom in Toronto’s High Park. As I look out the window today, I see overcast skies and chilly winds blowing through the trees. If I look hard enough, I can still see some snow and ice striving to be the last bit of winter on my lawn.
Easter Friday Morning
It doesn’t seem like Spring has fully arrived yet this Easter Friday, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still make great photographs. You just need to look a little harder to find them. I went out for a sunrise shoot today only to find that it was really foggy outside. It was quite a different morning from all the other sunrise shoots that I’ve been on since the fog covered the base of the Toronto skyline, making only the tip of the CN Tower visible above all the fog.
But who wants to see that?
So I took a photo of the bridge that I often neglect when I come to this park. The fog was just rolling in from the right of this frame, slowly encroaching towards this bridge.
It was quite the moody morning today, and I’m glad I made the effort to get out there despite this not-so-spring weather. Don’t let the weatherman get to you if you ever want to go out shooting.