Tag Archives: water

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Macro Love and Canada Day

I picked up a new lens today. It’s actually an old manual micro lens from Nikon but what a beauty it is. Check out one of the first photos I took with it this morning. […]

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Journey to Tobermory

Today starts the annual Orchid Festival in Tobermory, Ontario. A few friends and I love coming up for the weekend and to me it signifies the start of the summer season up north. As per […]

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The Two Towers

On the Bruce Trail today and it was going to be a tough one; some steep climbs were on the agenda. Not exactly my favourite thing to do on the trails but at least the […]

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The Dams are Open

For the first time in a very long time the dams above Eugenia Falls have been opened. The rainfall and snow melt have caused some flooding so the conservation authority decided to open the dams. […]

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A Dusting

I woke up this morning and decided that since the icy world had yet to melt away for good I had to do some exploring a little further north. My initial thought was to head […]

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Over Friendly Birds

Nigel and I headed to Humber Bay park with a special treat for our little feathered friends. Bringing along bird seed will usually guarantee that you will see some sort of bird. Sometimes they are […]

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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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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 […]