As we are heading into the home stretch after a month of Photo101, today’s theme is edges and editing our photos to ensure the edges are straight and … well, edgy.
I went back into my photo archive of the Bruce Trail in 2013 and the final weeks of our 10 month adventure hiking the 900 km trail. This was a particularly challenging section of the trail near Hope Bay with many steep ascents and descents – sometimes with ladders, sometimes with rock scrambles.
We were always respectful of footing since a medical evacuation from many parts of the trail would be challenging.
In this photo, the railing on the right was used as a guide for straightening the image.
In the second photo, the edge of the escarpment was used to straighten the image of the same ladder.
Life “on the edge” doesn’t get much better than when I’m outdoors enjoying nature.