In the summer of 2009 I found myself trapped on a small island in Georgian Bay for a couple of days. Luckily, I came prepared with my photography equipment. All of the images here were created over two evenings as the sun was setting. Most are of the varied rocks, but a few show the rocks in their surroundings of water and sky. Those were created with very long shutter speeds through the use of a variable neutral density filter. The colour of the water in these shots is "as captured", that is, not manipulated.