Today was photography day for me. Having the day off work in lieu of Remembrance Day, I went to Cordova Falls at the south end of Cordova Lake, about a 20 minute drive north of Havelock, Ontario to photograph the waterfalls. A part of the Crowe River, this waterfall is a series of at least five distinct drops totalling 150 metres in length with a vertical drop of about 10 metres. I found it to be quite relaxing as there was not another person in sight and I was able to take my time to compose and set up each shot. I put a lot of conscious effort into the camera settings to produce the effect I was looking for. I also did a lot of experimentation which helped a lot.