Yesterday, we took a short drive to White’s Falls dam near Six Mile Lake Provincial Park. It’s springtime and along with that comes lots of rain and melting snow. During the summer you could likely walk an additional 30 feet or so down the rock slope before getting to the water’s edge. Just prior to arriving, a thunderstorm front had rolled through the area. A significant portion of the lake is still ice-covered, resulting in perfect conditions to create a layer of fog over the area.
This spot is popular with swimmers in the summer. Not, today though. One wrong slip along the water’s edge would lead to a world of trouble.
Nevertheless, the fog and rushing water provided the backdrop for some very moody photos.