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Concordia Chapel

As I walk along the Huron River looking for wildflowers, in almost any direction, season, time of day, cloud cover or wind, the experience is always changing. Time of day, weather and seasonal changes mixup the scenery so I never get bored walking in my sanctuary.

Moving east along the river, the Concordia Chapel, designed to blend with the environment, becomes a prominent landmark.

I must have 50 pictures of the Concordia Chapel taken from the path to the Geddes Dam. Not sure I have a favorite, but the pictures below almost looks like a painting to me.

I hope you enjoy the pictures and take walk in the Park — no matter what the weather is.

Photo by Stewart V. Nelson, 2018, ©️ Some rights reserved

I am not one to spend a lot of time inside a church but something about the Concordia Chapel keeps drawing my eye — and my camera lens seems to follow.

Photo by Stewart V. Nelson, 2018, ©️Some rights reserved
photo by Stewart Nelson, 2018, ©️ Some rights reserved
photo by Stewart Nelson, 2018, ©️ Some rights reserved
The art of shakkei, or “borrowing a scene from nature” as the Japanese say, has intrigued me for many years before I ever picked up a camera. Even though the concept of shakkei was popular hundreds of years before cameras, it certainly helps a photographer master a scene.

photo by Stewart Nelson, 2018, ©️ Some rights reserved
photo by Stewart Nelson, 2018, ©️ Some rights reserved
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