Lake Nipissing is every bit as photogenic a destination as anywhere else in the world.
A couple of gull photographs from the Waterfront.
On final approach:
Balancing on tip-toe:
Part of the Gull Log Rolling Competition?
The skies over Lake Nipissing are subtly spectacular in the middle of the day.
This view from the North Bay Waterfront a couple of days ago.
Now encased in concrete never to sail again, the “Old Chief” has been turned into a pleasant and unique restaurant.
A great spot to stop for refreshment on the North Bay Waterfront.
Little white flowers on the Waterfront.
The Gardens continue to yield quiet, gentling sights.
The tulips are blooming in The Heritage Gardens on the Waterfront.
Best go see them before it’s over for this year.
Lake Nipissing in the background.
Along the North Bay Waterfront.
A classic summer morning on the shore of Lake Nipissing.
Why the North Bay Waterfront is a beautiful place to be.
The Heritage Gardeners do wonderful work.
Spectacular when back-lit.
The Heritage Gardeners do great work on the Waterfront.
A languid morning on the Waterfront.
North Bay’s Railway Heritage waits patiently on its own little siding.
Looking a bit forlorn these days, Engine 503 will eventually find a home on the waterfront.
It’s a cold wet rainy May day on the waterfront.
Nobody’s around and I’m hungry.
As part of the Waterfront Development Project fundraising, a pergola was built.
The structure is a meeting and resting place for those visiting the waterfront features. The leaves commemorate the people of North Bay.
It is an interesting gateway to the wonders of North Bay’s Waterfront.