Hello everyone. Welcome to the eighteenth installment of my creative world that I call Resonance Reflection Photography. My name is Marcel Comeau, and I'm a landscape photographer based in Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Each week I post my work online for the world to see and enjoy. This week's photo was taken out late in the fall season at Englishman River Falls. I visited the area early in the middle of the summer, and my last recollection of the beautiful landscape was a lovely waterfall that had a soothing soundtrack alongside the visual pleasures of the rich forest that surrounds it. Fast forward to November, and the same scenery changed dramatically. The gentle waterfall I recalled became an immense powerhouse of a water source surging down into the river below. I was taken back by how much volume of water was falling within a location that initially was a completely different entity altogether just a few months ago. It's one of the many faces of nature that we're privileged to witness. As the season's change so does the energy within spaces we explore. The vibrancy of the spring and summer season disappears as the fall and winter weather takes its course. The dynamics we experience throughout the year are remarkable. We get to watch various forms of life change and adapt to the climate as it progresses from one pattern to the next. The example of one of the pleasures I get from doing landscape photography is having the ability to visit a location more than once but see a different pallet of nature to capture. The versatility and eternal progression nature produces provides another incentive among many for my creative journey to continue. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to me, and I hope to hear from you soon. Take care.