These ruins are situated about a two kilometre hike east from the south shore of Meech Lake. They are the remnants of a small industrial complex built in the early 1900s by Thomas “Carbide” Willson, a Canadian inventor, who experimented with and made phosphate fertilizer. The complex is now in ruins, the area has been reclaimed by forest and Meech creek flows right through the middle of it all.
This is an HDR photo put together from 5 separate photos, bracketed at 1.7 stops per exposure. I shot the centre exposed one at ISO 100, 1/10, to show movement in the water, and f.11 to compensate for the slow shutter speed. The other 4 shots were framed 3.4 and 1.7 before and 1.7 and 3.4 after.
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