In 2012 I accompanied several members of the Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) to Northern Saskatchewan. I stayed in a lake front cabin on Lac la Plonge. We arrived on a cloudy night, however upon waking the next morning I saw one of the most beautiful sunrises ever. Below are some of the shots I was able to capture. The first two days were clear, with rain on the third. By the end of the third day at sunset the weather started to clear and I was able to capture some of the most amazing vertical rainbows I’d ever seen.
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I’m a military Veteran and PTSD survivor, and this is how I see the world. Vivid colours and shadows dominate….Feel free to share my work.View all articles by Mike Finn Photography