Spiderweb illuminated by a sunset at Killbear Provincial Park
Sandcastles on the eastern shore at sunrise — Killbear Provincial Park
Sunrise at Shuswap on Lake Nipissing
Detail from barn sculpture on Highway 518 between Parry Sound and Huntsville
Plan the work and … (A bench at our Kirkwood Lake Campsite in Algonquin Provincial Park)
Detail from the shoreline — our first Head Lake campsite
A toad guards the portage path between Kirkwood and Phipps lakes
Ken insisted that I take photos of these boulders on Pardee Lake.
Detail — waterfalls between Kenneth and Head lakes
Bacteria … algae … these signs have become all too common on our lakes.
Old truck parked outside a cottage on the east side of Pelee Island
Phragmites taking over wetlands on Pelee Island
Not sure what these were, but the expression on the one in the middle was priceless.
Visual pun. Hint: Yabba dabba doo!
Detail from old boat hull — north end of Pelee Island
Old new boat
Not sure what the significance was. This had been placed inside the boat hull along with painted rocks.
This charred piece of newspaper had been placed under the clay object in the previous photo.
Another detail from the boat hull
A memorial to cancer victims posted on the west side of Pelee Island
These bras were draped from branches not far from the cancer victim memorial.
A sign explaining the significance of the stoneman sculpture on the west side of the island
Stoneman (and friend) at sunset
Calm or choppy — Lake Erie has a power that sends chills through you.
One of Pelee Island’s nature reserves
Shorebird-turned-roadrunner — Playing chicken with the cars on the west side of the island.
When playgrounds and children were made to last
Green darnerfly — Watch out kids, it’ll sew your eyelids shut!
One more sunrise
Goodbye, Canada. See you next year.