Category Archives: Local Photography

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Snowshoeing at Hoggs Falls

I am back at Hoggs Falls today sporting my snow shoes again but this time I’m heading in the opposite direction – upriver. The trails in this direction tend to be quieter than the ones […]

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Snow Covered Hill

I was back on the Bruce Trail today and there is lots of snow so that means I get to go out in my snow shoes!! This is my first year using my snow shoes […]

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Icy Blue

I headed up to Penetanguishene and the surrounding area with a couple friends in tow in the hopes of finding some  winter inspiration.  We had fantastic, sunny weather but there was quite the chill in […]

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Cold Day on the Trails

As some of you might know I’m not much of a winter person. If I had a working fireplace I would be in front of it with a mug of cider or hot chocolate. Just […]

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A Bird Walk

I had heard that a long eared owl had taken up residence at Colonel Sam Smith Park in Etobicoke so Nigel Banks and I went to see if we could spot it. Once at the park we […]

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Snow Arrived!

Up until today snow has been essentially nonexistent in the area. While visiting my friends up north the flakes started flying and by the time I headed home the next morning we had snow. I […]

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Mills of Central Ontario

Nigel Banks and I headed to the Peterborough area to find us some nifty looking mills. Ball’s Mill, which has been converted into someone’s home, was our very first stop of the day. You’ll notice […]

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Mysterious Ship

Roy Ramsay of Outdoor Photography Canada and I planned a late evening of astrophotography tonight but we were to be thwarted by the weather. It was clear skies at my place but as I headed […]

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Darkness that lies in Claireville

Nigel Banks and I headed out to Claireville today. (Yes I know, I go there quite a lot). Parking at the Finch entrance we walked down the hill, over the bridge and up towards the […]