My latest release is titled Change of Seasons - Order 538 - photographed in Ancaster Ontario Canada.  This piece features a gradual transitioning from Autumn to Winter.  Most of the fall foliage has fallen blanketing the shale outcroppings along the cliff face. Giant icicles begin to form throughout the 21m tall ribbon waterfall due to a two day record breaking November cold snap.

Freeze up (Ancaster, Ontario) by Trevor Pottelberg-Earthscapes

Happy Wednesday Folks!  I have a new release to share tonight.  This piece is titled Point Prim Sunrise - Order 631 - photographed in Point Prim PEI Canada - featuring a pastel sunrise revealing the red sandstone cliffs that PEI is famous for.  The windswept pines give you a real sense of the power and adaptation of Mother Nature. #pei #peisunrise #pointprim #redsandstone

Happy Wednesday Folks! I have a new release to share tonight. This piece is titled Point Prim Sunrise - Order 631 - photographed in Point Prim PEI Canada - featuring a pastel sunrise revealing the red sandstone cliffs that PEI is famous for. The windswept pines give you a real sense of the power and adaptation of Mother Nature. #pei #peisunrise #pointprim #redsandstone

The latest piece in my Lake Erie Wave collection is titled Ring of Fire - Order 638 - photographed in Port Stanley Ontario Canada - featuring a unique wave which was formed on a blustery November day.  I was able to capture the tip of the wave as it curled over onto itself forming a ring and allowing the colourful sky to shine through.  Gale force winds carried the back spray quite a distance off the back of the wave. Enjoy!

Ring of Fire Photo by Trevor Pottelberg — National Geographic Your Shot

"Kidston Island Lighthouse" - Order # 633 - was captured at dawn on the gorgeous Bras d'Or Lakes. The island is uninhabited and owned by the Village of Baddeck in Nova Scotia.  This beautiful structure was built in 1912 and still sends out an active beacon to this very day.  Enjoy!

"Kidston Island Lighthouse" - Order # 633 - was captured at dawn on the gorgeous Bras d'Or Lakes. The island is uninhabited and owned by the Village of Baddeck in Nova Scotia. This beautiful structure was built in 1912 and still sends out an active beacon to this very day. Enjoy!

Frozen Pillars - Order 582 - photographed in Long Point Ontario Canada - featuring a row of rustic pillars reflecting in the glass like surface of a frozen stretch of Lake Erie.  The setting winter sun adds a nice touch of warmth to the frozen tundra and turns the clouds directly above into a cotton candy feel.

Frozen Pillars - Order 582 - photographed in Long Point Ontario Canada - featuring a row of rustic pillars reflecting in the glass like surface of a frozen stretch of Lake Erie. The setting winter sun adds a nice touch of warmth to the frozen tundra and turns the clouds directly above into a cotton candy feel.

One of the most iconic lighthouses in Eastern Canada rests on the rocky shores of Margarets Bay in Peggys Cove Nova Scotia. This piece is titled Good Morning Peggy - Order 634 -  captured just as the rising sun broke over the horizon and cast it's warm amber glow onto the lighthouse.

One of the most iconic lighthouses in Eastern Canada rests on the rocky shores of Margarets Bay in Peggys Cove Nova Scotia. This piece is titled Good Morning Peggy - Order 634 - captured just as the rising sun broke over the horizon and cast it's warm amber glow onto the lighthouse.

My latest release was photographed last night as the super moon was first rising.  Unlike most folks I am not overly concerned with getting fine detail in my moon.  It is very difficult to achieve in one shot without masking and stacking images.  I prefer to let things fall into place and allow the moonlight to create the ambience in the scene.  This capture is titled Urban Legend - Order 644 - featuring a spooky old maple tree growing out from the banks of a small pond as the super moon…

My latest release was photographed last night as the super moon was first rising. Unlike most folks I am not overly concerned with getting fine detail in my moon. It is very difficult to achieve in one shot without masking and stacking images. I prefer to let things fall into place and allow the moonlight to create the ambience in the scene. This capture is titled Urban Legend - Order 644 - featuring a spooky old maple tree growing out from the banks of a small pond as the super moon…

Happy Wednesday Folks!  My latest release is titled Lunenburg Dawn - Order 637 - photographed in Lunenburg Nova Scotia Canada - featuring a picturesque sunrise as the sun breaks over the horizon casting a golden glow onto a grouping of rustic pillars.  Finger like clouds stretch across the sky from the rolling hills of Blue nose Golf Club. #lunenburg #bluenosegolfclub #lunenburgharbour #discovernovascotia

Happy Wednesday Folks! My latest release is titled Lunenburg Dawn - Order 637 - photographed in Lunenburg Nova Scotia Canada - featuring a picturesque sunrise as the sun breaks over the horizon casting a golden glow onto a grouping of rustic pillars. Finger like clouds stretch across the sky from the rolling hills of Blue nose Golf Club. #lunenburg #bluenosegolfclub #lunenburgharbour #discovernovascotia

My latest release in the Lake Erie Wave series is titled Hair Whip - Order 643 - featuring a gorgeous Lake Erie Wave captured at the precise moment when gale force winds drove the tip into a magical swirl.  Order a fine art print of your very own for Christmas.  Direct link is in my bio.  Have a great Sunday!

My latest release in the Lake Erie Wave series is titled Hair Whip - Order 643 - featuring a gorgeous Lake Erie Wave captured at the precise moment when gale force winds drove the tip into a magical swirl. Order a fine art print of your very own for Christmas. Direct link is in my bio. Have a great Sunday!

My latest release is titled Skyline Trail - Order 641 - photographed in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia Canada - featuring the Appalachian Mountain range leading toward the setting sun over the Atlantic Ocean. Have you ever been to Cape Breton?  What did you think?

My latest release is titled Skyline Trail - Order 641 - photographed in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia Canada - featuring the Appalachian Mountain range leading toward the setting sun over the Atlantic Ocean. Have you ever been to Cape Breton? What did you think?

Tonights release is a little different than most of my work.  It is titled House of the Lord - Order 632 - featuring a stormy October sky over a quaint Atlantic Canada church.  There are a multitude of beautiful churches in the maritimes. Im really drawn to the simplicity and clean look that most of them share. It feels like you are in another time when life was not so crazy as it is nowadays.

Tonights release is a little different than most of my work. It is titled House of the Lord - Order 632 - featuring a stormy October sky over a quaint Atlantic Canada church. There are a multitude of beautiful churches in the maritimes. Im really drawn to the simplicity and clean look that most of them share. It feels like you are in another time when life was not so crazy as it is nowadays.

My latest release is titled Spirit of the Deep - Order 642 - featuring a Lake Erie Wave exploding from the turbulent waters eerily resembling a bearded mans face. Is it the ghost of a lost captain who went down with his ship?  Tell me what you see in the comments below.

My latest release is titled Spirit of the Deep - Order 642 - featuring a Lake Erie Wave exploding from the turbulent waters eerily resembling a bearded mans face. Is it the ghost of a lost captain who went down with his ship? Tell me what you see in the comments below.

The Claw - Order 640 - featuring a massive Lake Erie Wave reaching out from the murky depths like a claw from an animal.

The Claw - Order 640 - featuring a massive Lake Erie Wave reaching out from the murky depths like a claw from an animal.

Happy Monday Folks!  My latest release is titled Detonation - Order 636 - photographed in Port Stanley Ontario Canada - featuring a massive wave exploding out of the murky depths of Lake Erie during the passage of an arctic cold front.  Please feel free to share with others who may enjoy this artwork.  I may be adding this one to my limited edition line up meaning only 10 pieces will ever be produced.  Once I make my decision I will let you guys know. Cheers!

Top Shot: Detonation Top Shot features the photo with the most votes from the previous day’s Daily Dozen, 12 photos chosen by the Your Shot editors from thousands of recent uploads.

My latest release is titled Skyline Trail - Order 641 - photographed in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia Canada - featuring a 180 degree view of the Appalachian Mountain range leading toward the setting sun over the Atlantic Ocean. Have you ever been to Cape Breton?  I originally released this image last week as three separate images but it didnt post to my feed as I had hoped.  Hopefully this is easier to view.  Have a great night!

My latest release is titled Skyline Trail - Order 641 - photographed in Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia Canada - featuring a 180 degree view of the Appalachian Mountain range leading toward the setting sun over the Atlantic Ocean. Have you ever been to Cape Breton? I originally released this image last week as three separate images but it didnt post to my feed as I had hoped. Hopefully this is easier to view. Have a great night!

The latest piece in my Lake Erie Wave Series is titled Last Light - Order 645 - featuring a Lake Erie Wave being lit by the last rays of light just before the sun ducked down below the horizon.  Ive never witnessed such a beautiful three minutes while out shooting!  It had been rather gloomy all day but the clouds broke apart just as the sun was about to set.  I was fortunate enough  to capture one image before things went sour with my lens. Instead of getting upset I just put my camera down…

The latest piece in my Lake Erie Wave Series is titled Last Light - Order 645 - featuring a Lake Erie Wave being lit by the last rays of light just before the sun ducked down below the horizon. Ive never witnessed such a beautiful three minutes while out shooting! It had been rather gloomy all day but the clouds broke apart just as the sun was about to set. I was fortunate enough to capture one image before things went sour with my lens. Instead of getting upset I just put my camera down…

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