Lake Nipissing provides many opportunities for activity over the Summer.
White Birches in sunshine glow with special life light.
I love the shape and colour of a birch tree and a birch grove.
Particularly when the sun shines on them.
The walk that you make after the storm is often filled with pristine and gentle delicacy.
The memory of yesterday’s mayhem is erased by the beauty remaining after the event has passed.
Near the beginning of the Lavase Portages the path runs through a stand of birch trees.
On a sunny June afternoon it’s a pretty neat place to be.
Laurentian Ski Hill is a local gem in our town.
Late afternoon on a winter day can produce fond memories.
Late Summer on Lake Nosbonsing.
Lake Nosbonsing ends in Bonfield and flows into the Kaibuskong River to the right.
Some years ago this bay was used to boom white pine logs from Lake Nipissing. The logs were then floated from here to Montreal via the Mattawa and Ottawa rivers.
These days it’s a beautiful place to be.
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.
Nipissing shore two days before the official arrival of Spring.
June in Champlain Park, North Bay.
Canoes in the fur trade passed by this spot for 150 years on their way to and from Western Canada.
Noon on West Peninsula Road.
Morning on the beach at Sunset Park.