For the past couple of years, I’ve been making the trip out to Cordova Lake north of Havelock, Ontario to photograph the ever changing Cordova Falls. The falls are a basically 3 sets of rapids/waterfalls controlled by a dam at the south end of Cordova Lake. Depending on the amount of rainfall and how open the dam is, the shape of the falls change dramatically. Every time I visit, the water levels are different giving a new perspective on the falls. Here’s a couple shots I took back in 2013.
I shot some digital and a roll of black and white slide film (which I’ll post later). Below are a couple shots that turned out okay. It was raining making the rocks quite slippery and fogging up my glasses.