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Updated on August 1, 2009
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.
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 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.
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!
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.
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.
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!

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    • Mr. Happy profile imageAUTHOR

      Mr. Happy 

      9 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      I have no crystal ball. I think that people do have "auras" surrounding them though ... dogs are extremely good at "sensing" it. I am actually thinking about writing something about what I learned from dogs (which is quite a lot). With that in mind I think humans have an ability to sense to a certain extent what is to come. Foresight? ...

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      Tamarii2 

      9 years ago from NEW YORK

      Thank you Mr Happy for your comment on signs from loved ones.I have learned that dreams tell the future,but when we see things bad we should pray about them to God and the event gets delayed.So I am telling you from experience when you see something bad in a dream pray that the event change. Its when we do nothing the events come on schedule.A lot of events I saw in a dream before it happened through experience I found out that when I said alittle pray the event changed.You might have a gift.See some people fail to learn about these things.I took the time through self research to learn about supernatural gifts given to us by God.Enjoy this journey.Peace.(p.s enjoyed this hub).

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      writesketchbead 

      9 years ago

      For a hobby you do quite well. The first photo reminds me of one of the forests I use to hike in Wisconsin. We found the remains of a wrecked truck in the middle of nowhere. The park forester told us that it most likely got there when the area was being mined and logged. The roads where dirt so after they stopped being used the forest took them back. Kind of cool when you think about it. Now a days the forest has to fight a little bit harder to take back our roads.

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      Mr. Happy 

      9 years ago from Toronto, Canada

      Thank you for your kind words. I am not a skilled photographer - it's just a hobby.

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      jqs2009 

      9 years ago

      Thanks for sharing the pictures. It reminds me of camping with my family when I was a kid. Your capture of the sunset is really astonishing. I dont think I could ever capture the sunset like that. You are a skilled photographer!

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