Near Lac Magog, Quebec province, Canada.
For the Nikon people from the forum who need a bit of explanation about photography..you think the shot looks flat because it was taken with a Canon camera? you've got a long way to go. this may look flat to you but it was taken at 80mm. So it is not a wide angle shot and the perspective or more depth for those who have a problem getting out of their box, is more flat due to the focal length. A wide angle shot will have more depth whereas the longer the focal length and the flatter the perspective. A telephoto lens "compress" the perspective. This effect is not a fonction of the camera but is it due to the fact that the lens used and the distance to subject created a very flat perspective, like cropping off the center of a wide angle shot. at some point with enough cropping (or magnification) you get only one pixel. this is the extreme but will probably help you understand the concept. if you use your nikon camera from the same position that I was with the same focal length that I used, you will get the same flat iimage..probably less colorful. here are some links on the subject:
and a good exemple of this: http://www.cofa.unsw.edu.au/units/resource/equipment_guide/still_camera/perspective.shtml
another good explanation:
of course the position of the camera changed and it is assumed here that the reader will understand that much but that show how the 2 type of lenses are usualy used and what type of depth they give.