Welcome to Aperture Storyteller.
Formerly known as Frontal Lobbings.
This site is devoted to the art of visual storytelling, through the lens, art and communication. As your host, I'll present thoughts, techniques, and just stories that involve my work as a life long visual storyteller.
Today's picture was captured near Saxe Point Park, Esquimalt, BC, Canada in the adjacent cove called Inspiration Cove. Most people don't know the name, but it's found on water craft charts.
I didn't have a wide angle lens on me, but decided to just use what I had, which was a medium telephoto length prime, my Canon EF 100mm F/2.8 USM L Macro lens, a superb lens for all kinds of shots.
I've even used this lens for panoramic shots which can be found here. One thing I do appreciate about the combination I used is that it is weather sealed. The rain was coming down all day, and had I not had my waterproof hiking boots and the weather sealed combo, I would have not hit the shore.
Took about 20 shots, and this one was my favourite.