Lion's Head was one of Ontario's most treasured natural landmarks. The rocky headland jutted out into the shimmering waters of Georgian Bay, and at its base, a historic lighthouse stood guard, guiding sailors safely into the harbour. As I approached Lion's Head, I was immediately struck by the rugged beauty of the landscape. The rocky cliffs rose steeply from the water, and the wind whipped fiercely around me, creating a hauntingly beautiful soundtrack.
Despite the extreme cold that bit at my fingers, I took a deep breath and prepared to capture the beauty of the scene. Unfortunately, I was unable to set up my camera, so I relied on my trusty phone to do the job. Using the Live Mode feature, I was able to capture a long exposure shot of the clouds moving above the lighthouse. The sky above was a painterly dreamscape, with clouds that looked like they were painted onto the sky by a master artist.
Back at home, I carefully edited the photo, playing with the shadows to create a dramatic effect. I decided to convert the picture to black and white, which added to the moody and atmospheric feel of the shot. The final result was a photograph that captured the rugged beauty of Lion's Head, the majesty of the lighthouse, and the ethereal beauty of the clouds passing above.