The morning started out pretty foggy as I left the Flesherton area and headed into Toronto to assist on a quick photo shoot. The fog was still lingering when we were done so I decided to go out shooting with my friend Dave in the late afternoon to take advantage of the foggy atmosphere. We were headed to the Spencer gorge but on our way down we made a short pit stop at Borer’s Falls.
We tried to get some better vantage points of the falls but it’s pretty awkward to get a decent shot from the top of the escarpment. We wandered around to a few vantage points and that’s where I found this little asian beetle wandering along a tree branch.
From here we drove over to the Spencer gorge to work our way upriver towards Websters Falls. We never made it upriver but we certainly found some great shooting opportunities along the way.
We did make it down to Spencer Creek after spending some time at the top of the escarpment. The creek below was a little wonky so shots looked odd when looking upriver. The shot below was the only one I was able to get that made the creek look “right”.
Things started getting dark fast so Dave and I headed back to the car before we lost light to get us safely back up the escarpment and down the trail.