Memory Tree Park, Callander, Ontario.
A beautiful warm July day on the shore of Lake Nipissing.
Many parts of the province of Ontario are spectacular in early July.
This scene was found near Erin.
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.
I stopped in Trout Creek, Ontario the other day.
It was the kind of day when Mother Nature had trouble making up her mind.
One minute black skies, the next minute blue.
One minute raining, the next sunny.
A perfect day for making photographs.
Winter doesn’t arrive for a few days so it’s still Fall.
But it doesn’t look like it.
Sunset Cove on the South Shore of Lake Nipissing is a beautiful place.
Classic Northern Ontario – rocks, pines, water.
It’s hard not to fall in love with this place.
Lake Superior at Neys Provincial Park.
Rural Canadian Church, Rutherglen, Ontario.
Service on Sundays 9:30 a.m.
Lake Superior beach at Neys Provincial Park.
Lots of natural debris from the last storm.
The tap is open on Duschesnay Falls.
Spring run-off allows the falls to show its exciting side.
Yes! Windmills have no place here because they are so ugly!
And they mess up the view as well!
Resting gulls. Ducks too.