The Ottawa River Panoramic Out Take

>> Sunday, December 4, 2011

The Ottawa River defines the border between Quebec and Ontario. The total length, 1271km (790 miles). In the early 19th century the Ottawa River and it's tributaries were used to access untouched White Pine forest.
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It's one of the busiest rivers during the Northern Hampshire's summer months, with commercial rafting and kayaking companies occupying its waters. It's a treat to go paddle and shoot up there. Here's an out take shot from my trip in October, I was making a panoramic and this was my first test shot, I really like the early morning light against the fall foliage.


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