Duchesnay Cascade

There is a place near North Bay where Duchesnay Creek finds its way down the escarpment in a series of jumps.

This is one drop and landing for the water.

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Channeling Alex Colville

Alex Colville‘s paintings entered my mind when I visited Kelly’s Beach at Kouchibouguac National Park.

The simple compositions that surrounded me that day influenced this photograph.

 

 

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Fortress of Louisbourg

After many years I returned to visit the Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island.

It is still as impressive as it was the last time I visited.

The day was damp and foggy, with drizzle.

It was possible to feel the loneliness and uncertainty of the isolated location on a particularly miserable day.

It is a magnificent restoration.

Founded in 1713, it became an active port for trading and other activities and changed hands several times.

In 1758, the British took it after a siege and it was thoroughly destroyed by British Engineers.

General James Wolfe took part in the Siege of Louisbourg. He died a year later on the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City.

 

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Cap Des Rosiers

Looking toward Cap Des Rosiers from the beach at Cap Bon Ami.

Forillon National Park.

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Cap Bon Ami

Forillon National Park.

Looking eastward toward Cap Gaspe and Le Bout du Monde.

 

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Boardwalk

Leading to Kelly’s Beach, Kouchibouguac National Park.

 

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Black And White

Horses in open space near Powassan, Ontario.

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