We visited Powassan on Saturday for the annual maple syrup festival. Enjoyed the music of this duo on Main Street.
The Fall Fair is next!
The security screens are still on the windows.
On Cedar Heights road are the remnants of a community recreation centre.
Things change. The community has moved on. Only the silent echos of the games remain.
There are three essential elements that say “North” in this photograph:
Today is Earth Day.
We’re not doing very well!
The gulls are back for the summer:
Lake Nipissing is a gull-magnet, as indeed are most lakes in this part of the world.
There are three gulls in this photograph.
With the lake so low, a favourite summertime swimming spot reveals itself.
It’s a bit cold these days for that activity.
Lake Nipissing is quite low these days. More of the lake shore is uncovered at this time of year and new details are revealed.
The rock of the Pre-Cambrian Shield gives an ageless feeling to this photograph.
Another long exposure:
Lower Duchesnay Creek is a very pretty place.
I visited our local waterfall yesterday with long exposures in mind.
Here’s one that I like:
Moses on the rock?