Category Archives: Provincial Park


More Provincial Parks of Lake Erie

I decided I would go a little further out today to reach the rest of the four parks along the Lake Erie shoreline. I started out at the furtherest point in order to make the […]


Provincial Parks of the South West

One of the great things of living in south western Ontario is the number of Provincial Parks located close to home. I’ve decided to explore as many as possible this summer. Today’s plan was to visit […]


Early Morning Blues and Pit Stops

We got up extra early today (really it was still night in my mind) to get ourselves down to Dave’s Bay for sunrise. The colours of the sky were starting to turn as we found our spots […]


Singing Sands

After a full day of workshops put on by the organizers of the The Orchid Festival we decided to hit Singing Sands for sunset before packing it in for the day. Lots of people were […]


Painted and Ancient

Nigel, Pete and myself got together this morning for a well deserved photography excursion. Our destination was the Forks of the Credit provincial park. On the way in Nigel noticed some turtles at a roadside pond. […]


The Cliffs of Mono

Today Roy Ramsay, of Outdoor Photography Canada magazine, and I went out to visit Mono Cliffs Provincial Park in the hopes of getting some landscape shots. I found it difficult today to get any inspiration […]


Thanksgiving in Forks of the Credit

Today is Thanksgiving day in Canada and the plan was to get up early to take some misty morning shots. Max and I met up at sunrise at Forks of the Credit Provincial Park to […]


Autumn in Algonquin

I spent this weekend up in Algonquin on our second annual photo weekend with some members of the Brampton Photo Group as well as some friends we had met on the previous years trip. I […]


Whose Afraid of a little Stick?

We took our time getting our butts out of bed this morning but we finally did. As we finished up our yummy omelettes with spinach and goat cheese I happened to come across a Dog-day […]