A Fall Paddle in Killarney Provincial Park

A man solo paddling a canoe on Grace Lake in autumn

Photo by Justin Fabian – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons

Large sandy beaches in Algonquin?

A long sandy beach that stretch out from shoreline for hundreds of feet in shallow water.

Where you say?  Florida?

Nope, try the backcountry of Algonquin Park and beautiful Bice Lake.  Add this lake and the campsites #10 or #11 to your camping plans for next year.  Just make sure not to hog it for yourself, if we are paddling by!

Sandy beach in Algonquin Park

Hoping the summer never ends!

Spring Runoff from Garibaldi Provincial Park

Hidden stream from Garibaldi Provincial Park

The back-roads around BC are full of hidden little gems and who says you can’t shoot it the rain. Found this spot on the drive up to Whistler and had to keep huddled under a large umbrella.

Drifting at Neys Provincial Park

Driftwood at Neys Provincial Park

Along the north shore of Lake Superior is one of my favorite Ontario parks; Neys Provincial Park.  The park was visited frequently by The Group of  Seven and has a great mix of Canadian northern ruggedness, sandy beaches and lots of driftwood.

More information on Neys can be found at: http://bit.ly/OX7GxC


Driftwood at Long Point Provincial Park

Driftwood at Long Point Provincial ParkDriftwood on the beautiful sandy beaches of Long Point Provincial Park. Long Point is located on the northwest shore of Lake Erie and is a designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
More information on the park can be found at http://bit.ly/OzTTuZ

The Everglades of the North

The Minesing Wetlands is one of my favorite hidden gems in southern Ontario. Consider it the everglades of the north.

This 6,000 hectare area is part of the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority and is one of the most diverse undisturbed wetland tracts in Canada. It offers some fantastic canoeing and opportunities to see a large variety of flora and fauna.

More information can be found at Friends of Minesing.

Sunrise over Bonnie Bay, Newfoundland

Sunrise over Bonnie Bay

Sunrise over Bonnie Bay, Newfoundland looking out to Gros Morne National Park.

Sunrise on Georgian Bay, Bruce Peninsula National Park

Where in Canada is this location?

Where in Canada was this photo taken?

At first glance most people think it is from the Maritimes. Look closely and you will have your clue…



This image was taken in Naples, Florida and was nominated for last years Photography Masters Cup.