Travel blog by a global nomad

10 Aug

Lakes in Labrador

The last couple of months have not been the most productive when it comes to posting on this blog. Sadly, this is because I didn’t necessarily find the time or energy to blog much about working in Central Labrador. The first 2 weeks in the middle of June were very unphotogenic as I was being eaten alive by the midget insect life there… Should I venture my camera outside the flynet over me (a first for everything – never have I been anywhere in the arctic where even I needed a bugnet…), I usually ended up with pictures of blurred mobile objects. If they were over a lake, they looked vaguely like clouds with  dark centres, but if the insect was flying over the landscape, I merely got an unsightly blur…

However, as time went on, a bunch of people at the ‘camp’ got me into the Autostitch software developed in British Columbia, Canada and then… I was taking pictures at sunset over the lake where our camp was (if I had my camera at hand – sadly, missed the plane with the pink comtrail!), sometimes (but not all the time), I’d remember to try for some panorama shots. Some even turned out….

Armstrong Lake, west end, Central Labrador

Photo 1 – gathering clouds and deepening sky as twilight approaches over the lake

One of the many, many lakes in Central Labrador, Canada

Photo 2 – one of many, many, MANY lakes in Central Labrador, Canada

Sunset over Armstrong Lake, Canada

Photo 3: Another panorama shot of Armstrong Lake at twilight

Deepening sunset over Armstrong Lake, Canada

Photo 4: Deepening sunset colours over Armstrong Lake

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