#16 Paddling Pic: Shadow Dance

#16. Lac Poisson Blanc, Québec. 2015


This is one of my favourite of Reid's paddling pictures. Which is surprising as there is no canoe, no water, no people; it's just his shadow. But I love the colour, and I can almost feel the warmth of the setting sun on my back. And what really makes it unique for me is that it is timeless; it could be anyone, anywhere, in any canoe at any time, and it's that universality that makes it exceptional. Today I'm looking for creative paddling pictures that go deep into the "soul of canoeing"....whatchya got?


About Today's Paddling Pic: These last few days and weeks I've found myself looking back on some wonderful memories and images of where canoeing has taken me, and it's made me smile. I feel so fortunate and grateful for these places, people and experiences, and it's kind of nice to reminisce. And in doing so I can't help but to also look forward to a time when we can all paddle safely again! So for the next while Reid and I are posting a picture a day (with a story) that will brighten our day and hopefully yours too. I invite you to share your stories in the comment section.

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