As I occasionally like to jump in my car and go for long drives with my trusty Nikon D200 on the seat next to me. This weekend I decided to drive to Wasaga beach, a nice 2 hour drive north of my home in Mississauga. Once I got to the beach I realized that it was the wrong time to be there. The wind had kicked up, straight off the bay blowing sand around. The great thing about that is the patterns that occur in the sand.

Nikon D20, 17-70mm, ISO 100, ƒ10, 
tonal contrast, conversion to black & white

The backroads always have the best items to shoot, especially old buildings going to ruin.

Nikon D200, 17-70mm, ƒ10, ISO 100, 
graduated filter, tonal contrast