Category Archives: Parks

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The Wiggly Way to Massachusetts

On the move again today; this time my drive takes me through Vermont and New Hampshire before heading to my campsite in Massachusetts. It was a long day of driving through Vermont and New Hampshire […]

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To New York’s Caroga Lake

Today was the start of my week long solo road trip to Maine. It is going to be a mad adventure as I hit some great places in the New England area. I’ll be camping in […]

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Infrared

Nigel and I decided to have some fun this evening at Brampton’s four corners with some infrared cameras. Now, you have to understand that Nigel at all times has at least two IR cameras in […]

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Trails of Old Baldy

Another glorious day on the trail and this time I’m up on Old Baldy overlooking the green valley below. The path winds along the edge of the escarpment through dusty trails and into lush forests. […]

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Night at Presqu’ile Campgrounds

During our annual family and friends camping trip, my friend, Deanna and I were able to get away for an hour to get some fun night shots. Our campsites were in walking distance of the shore […]

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Nighttime Spring

Cherry blossoms only bloom for a short period of time in the spring and it can be difficult to find time to get to a park to photograph them. Since I was so busy this […]

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Birds, Birds and More Birds

Roy Ramsay and I got up extra early to catch the sunrise at Humber Bay Park in Toronto. Sunrise was a bit of a bust since clouds decided to roll in and obscure the view. […]

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Winter in Limehouse

Nigel and I headed out to Limehouse Conservation Area to photograph the old ruins. I’ve been here a number of times and it can be difficult to find a new way to shoot the small […]

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Frozen Harbour

So now that temperatures are definitely on the decline, things are frozen over and for now it seems to be permanent. This freeze prompted another visit to Colonel Sam Smith park to see how things […]