Ontario photographer captures massive wave that looks like 'the perfect face'

2022-11-24 12:04:00 AM

According to Evans, some of the waves that clashed against each other last Saturday were over 20 feet.

According to Evans, some of the waves that clashed against each other last Saturday were over 20 feet.

A photographer says he has captured an insane 20-foot wave with a 'perfect face' during a lake-effect storm in Ontario.

Of the roughly 10,000 photographs Ingersoll, Ont., resident Cody Evans took of Lake Erie last Saturday during the lake-effect storm, one looked like something conjured up by Poseidon.Evans told CTV News Toronto on Wednesday he has been taking photographs, primarily of wildlife and nature, since January 2020.

He said he often heads down to Lake Erie – in Port Stanley just south of London, Ont. – whenever he sees there will be high winds, which is what the forecast was calling for last Saturday.Evans set up to shoot for a couple of hours that day – “It was pretty cold…I think it was -11 C or something” – and he couldn’t take photographs immediately due to the snow.

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16. (Facebook/Cody Evans) Of the roughly 10,000 photographs Ingersoll, Ont.” On Tuesday, the board is set to hold a special meeting to consider a motion to require masks., resident Cody Evans took of Lake Erie last Saturday during the lake-effect storm, one looked like something conjured up by Poseidon. Jeneva Marshall scored for the Lynx, while Karys Ross netted the lone goal for the Selects. Evans told CTV News Toronto on Wednesday he has been taking photographs, primarily of wildlife and nature, since January 2020. Advertisement 4 This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. He said he often heads down to Lake Erie – in Port Stanley just south of London, Ont. Article content The chair and vice-chair of the board support the masking motion, although the decision would be made by the entire 12-member board.

– whenever he sees there will be high winds, which is what the forecast was calling for last Saturday. Seven trustees were just elected this fall, so this will be their introduction to the sometimes emotional issue. The Lynx will continue the regular season next weekend when they travel to New Brunswick to play the Edza East Moncton Subaru Rockets. Evans set up to shoot for a couple of hours that day – “It was pretty cold…I think it was -11 C or something” – and he couldn’t take photographs immediately due to the snow. “When it’s snowing, it's difficult because your focus will bounce off what you’re trying to focus on,” Evans said. Ontario dropped the provincewide requirement to mask up in most public spaces in March. But then, he says there was a 15-minute window where the sun poked through the clouds. It has been our privilege to have the trust and support of our East Coast communities for the last 200 years. “I watched the water, and when I see waves are gonna collide, I’ll just take a burst of photos,” Evans said, adding his Nikon Z 9 camera can take 20 photos per second. CHEO’s emergency department is overwhelmed. CHEO’s emergency department is overwhelmed.

“So, you can get the whole sequence of what’s happening. Then I go through all [of] the images, and I find the ones that I like, and that one happened to be the perfect face. Advertisement 5 This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Please consider joining us in this mission by becoming a member of the SaltWire Network and helping to make our communities better.” According to Evans, some of the waves that clashed against each other last Saturday were over 20 feet. LAKE-EFFECT SNOW STORM Last weekend, a lake-effect storm blew through parts of the province, with up to 50 centimetres of snow blanketing areas like Niagara, St. Two opinion polls earlier this month suggested Ontarians would follow mandates. Catharines, and Grimsby. A poll by found that 71.

South of the border in Buffalo, N.4 per cent of Ontario residents said they would support or share some support for the return of face mask mandates this fall in indoor public spaces if deemed necessary by officials.Y., the and hit the region so hard that three people died, according to U. New school board trustee Dr.S. officials. In addition, she said she has received hateful and threatening emails since she proposed the masking motion. In addition, she said she has received hateful and threatening emails since she proposed the masking motion.

Environment Canada also issued a winter weather travel advisory for London , as the lake-effect snow showers were developing off Lake Huron. - With files from CTV News Toronto’s Abby O’Brien and CTV News London’s Julie Atchison .m.