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Tag Archives: Presqu’ile Provincial Park
I sort of saw and sort of sensed this at the far edge of my peripheral vision, spun around, brought my camera up and hoped that I could capture the sight of clouds, waves, and a beautiful formation of birds. … Continue reading
The lighthouse at Presqu’ile Point on Lake Ontario – as it stands, and as it was… Pretty, and also very necessary as there have been many ships that never made it past here. Images by Katherine © 2013 CKB
Presquile Light is a beautiful place to visit, especially in the winter when the ground is covered with snow and the shores of lake Ontario are covered in ice – sometimes… more images in a girlgeekcat album…
A winter walk along the Lake Ontario shoreline at Presqu’ile Provincial Park – I’m taking pictures and enjoying they day, especially the crystal clear waters and the abundance of pretty shells. I know that zebra mussels are an invasive species … Continue reading
Ice and water form a beautiful but potentially deadly combination, hence the cliché ‘skating on thin ice’. This ice is about 24 inches thick and the water beneath it was about 3 inches deep where I was treading so I … Continue reading
Another posting about Presqu’ile Provincial Park – this one from the winter, on a snowy day that was perfect for outdoor activities. I was heading to Brighton to go do a bit of grocery shopping when I made a … Continue reading
This park on the shores of lake Ontario is a popular destination year round – it’s also one of my favorites as it has waves and a lighthouse. more images in a girlgeekcat album…
I dip my toes into the waters of Lake Ontario at Presqu’ile Provincial Park.
A 360° look at the group campsite I stayed in… [showmore] (view VR image of the campsite…) [more] To view the VR images simply position your mouse near the center of the image, click and hold your left mouse button, … Continue reading