Photographer Captures The Most Astounding Landscapes of Lake Ontario
A photographer in Canada has captured remarkable pictures of frozen landscapes in time by the frigid waters of Lake Ontario. Timothy Corbin discovered that trees encased in ice after violent winter storms on the lake sent waves crashing after the shore. The frigid water created shapes and structures that seem to defy gravity and explanation. Corbin, a native of tropical Trinidad, now lives in snowy of eastern Ontario. He says he came into photography when he bought a Cannon digital SLR camera just two years ago. He immediately realized that landscapes and scenery photography interested him most. Lake Ontario is the smallest of the five Great Lakes. It borders eastern Ontario, Canada, and Upstate New York. At 7,300 square miles, it is roughly the size of New Jersey.