A selection of landscapes shot this weekend for your constructive criticism. The location is the tip of a peninsula at the south end of my beloved, beleaguered Lake Winnipeg. All images were shot with my Canon S95.
First up is a series of the lagoon nestled in the sand dunes.
The next two are crops of one photo.
This bridge between the lagoon and the beach was built to protect the sand dune.
These two were shot on the lake side of the dune.
The strip of land in the distance is Elk Island, a kind of wilderness preserve. When the lake level is low, you can walk to it from here. On occasion, you may cross paths with a bear.