Not something you come across in the forest usually while hiking. I tried to look for a road but I did not see one - I have absolutely no clue how that car ever got to the middle of the forest whenever it got there.
I did not have a wide lense so the shot is not very good but this was an area were trees were planted and that part of the forest looked ridiculous - all rows of trees. A man made forest looks horrible.
I love colours. This was a sunset on the Georgian Bay in Ontario. One can always count on the sun and water to give off a good photo in terms of colours at least.
Too bad I could not focus in more - I wanted to get a closer shot of the "cheating" duckling riding on top of her mother. Smooth ride!
I found a sort of canyon in Ontario somwhere close to Thunder Bay close to a Provincial Park where I camped - I do not remember the exact location. The shot was taken from an extendable bridge - as I was told one of the longest in North America.
Train Station in Armstrong, Ontario. It may look like a joke but this is an actual train station in Canada, Ontario. I would have never thought a place like this existed until I got there. People actually live in Armstrong, not many but nonetheless.
This set of photographs was taken from Norther Ontario a few years back. I did a three thousand kilometer road trip around this province for a month. I used a motel twice for doing laundry and the rest of the time I camped. This perhaps was one of the best moths I ever had. It only rained in two days and in one of those days I was actually in a city staying at a motel. I drove north as far as the roads took me then, I took a boat and ended up on some island in a hunting and fishing lodge. The sunset there was at about eleven pm. I have never seen clear water as it was up there in my life - pure, clean and almost untouched land.
The whole experience was fantastic and I recommend it for anyone who does not mind camping. The parks I always found impeccable, some actually have washers and dryers too. So it is a cheaper way to travel in the summer and it is so worth it!