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A stormy day on Lake Ontario – Point Petre
It was a nice day outside, cool temperatures, clear skies and a good wind blowing off of Lake Ontario – a perfect day to spend a bit of time at the beach, and that’s exactly what my little buddy … Continue reading
Cobourg Light is one of my favourite stops when I’m heading between Toronto and Ottawa – it’s a beautiful spot, and a good place to watch reflected waves. © 2013 carlykb.com
I decided to do a bit of back road exploring on the way to Darlington Nuclear – I had time on my hands, a few extra camera batteries and the day was pretty good for photography. Nice light, clouds to … Continue reading
A cold and dreary winter day and I’m outside, walking about, taking pictures and poking dead things on the beach with a stick. That might sound odd, but some dead things that you find on the beach can smell pretty … Continue reading
Water – as with many aspects of life and nature, we can never truly control it… Roiling Surging Frenetic Building Images by Katherine © 2013 CKB
The tide and waves are just two of the many forces of nature that man can not stop. They are relentless, and will come and go as they please. This particular morning was again a very foggy day, with only … Continue reading
What a wonderful combination.
A cold day on Lake Ontario, a cold day at the beach in Wellington. My childhood days were largely spent in a little town called Wellington, about 3000 kilometres to the west, on Vancouver Island. I used to walk down … Continue reading
A time lapse of clouds and waves while looking across the Bay of Quinte towards Carrying Place, Ontario.