Photos by Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAY.com
GRAVENHURST — It’s hard to picture a sunset not worth a thousand poems.
And why a walk about the Muskoka Wharf is a golden opportunity to stare in to a gorgeous dusky abyss.
A perambulate that’s as pleasing to the eyes of photographers craving to capture digital drama with their phones as it is to the reader viewing the results.
For Nathan Wilcox — a teenage communications artist and snow- and wake-boarder in Gravenhurst — photography is one of his passions.
His palette is his camera, his words expressed in a collage of colours.
Like the ones we caught him digitally documenting the other night.
Along with dozens of others who can’t resist pointing and shooting.
Sunsets are as alluring to photographers as escape was to Icarus.
On any given night millions of cameras point west.
And the results are amazingly self-satisfying with smartphones.
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