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Catmendo

Walk-A- Bout....

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Another few hours spent on a walk-a-bout along the shores of Lake Winnipeg, capped off by a quick visit to the Winnipeg River at Pine Falls and Manitou Rapids...

The only limitations as far as finding subjects to photograph is..."one's own imagination".

There's not enough time on earth for any one individual to explore and photograph Lake Winnipeg's thousands of miles of shoreline.

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Even the most seemlingly unlikely subjects can turn out to be interesting from behind the lens. Spectacular sunsets or sunrises are always pleasing to the eye, yet there's so much more to enjoy.

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Sharp's Point, Manitou Rapids, Winnipeg River near Pine falls, Mb.

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The Manitou Rapids shoreline looks a lot greener than I normally see it! I like that first shot.

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Love those "rock shots" Stu......only images that I could compare would be along the beaches of Lake Superior....Tettegouche Park area....usually make my yearly summer photo excursion up that way in a few weeks....

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Love the first shot! Now I have to add Manitoba to my list of destinations - more than to just drive through. wink The shots you have been putting up are great for tourism!

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Thanks everyone, glad to share!

Indeed Manitoba is wonderfully diverse region on the continent to visit for photography.

For it has a myriad of amazing photo opps. for those who have a passion for it.

Anyone ever feeling niche` to come and explore all you have to do is contact me!

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Cat, your a great photo taker. Great looking stuff. I love the water shots.

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