There is a small cemetery in Feronia which provides a quiet, tranquil resting place for many who pioneered the area.
It is situated on a small knoll surrounded by bush. Much like what the first people to move into the area found when they arrived.
Duchesnay Creek drops over the escarpment north of our town on its way to Lake Nipissing.
Over many years and many visits, it has provided multiple opportunities to preserve in photographs and memory the uniqueness that is our part of the world.
No two encounters are ever the same.
A recent walk in Laurier Woods.
Windy day on Lake Nipissing, Marathon Beach.
By late summer there isn’t much water flowing over Duchesnay Falls.
What roars in Spring has become gentle as the Season ages.
The weather has turned away from Summer.
Cooler these days, and more comfortable.
The strong greens of August are replaced with wilder colours of Autumn.
The colours of late August foretell the coming of Fall.
Subtle signs of Autumn appear near the end of August.
The inevitable march of Nature cannot be slowed or prevented.
Just give in and accept it.
Looking to the South at Eagle Lake Narrows.
A pre-Fall day.
Warm sun, cooler air.
The illusion of continuing Summer.
Some evenings the sunset is meant to be recorded.
Lake Nipissing from “The Rock”.