Seven of my Pinhey’s Point photographs selected by Getty Images

Over a 2 year period I was preparing a series of aerial images of Pinhey’s Point (near Ottawa) for an exhibit in the Pinhey’s Point museum last summer. One morning last spring I arrived and the wind was flat and the sky was overcast. I waited but a predicted change in weather didn’t happen. So much for believing the weather forecast. It was so still that the reflections in the Ottawa River were amazing. Fortunately I usually travel with both aerial gear and tripod gear so I switched mental gears. Seven of the images I took that morning were selected by Getty Images for exclusive licensing and they are now included in their catalogue. Here are a few of them.

Four rocks and river reflections at Pinhey's Point Heritage Property and Park.

Four rocks and river reflections at Pinhey’s Point Heritage Property and Park.

Looking towards the Quebec shoreline from the base of the point. The Gatineau Hills can be seen in the distance. Pinhey's Point Heritage Property and Park.

Looking towards the Quebec shoreline from the base of the point. The Gatineau Hills can be seen in the distance. Pinhey’s Point Heritage Property and Park.

Reflection of the Ottawa River shoreline at Pinhey's Point Heritage Property and Park.

Reflection of the Ottawa River shoreline at Pinhey’s Point Heritage Property and Park.

Click on image to go to the same image in my Getty Images portfolio. The other four images of Pinhey’s Point can be seen alongside them.

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