Tag Archives: Ontario
Stratford City Hall tower had the flag at half-mast. Bad ju-ju.
I do love large old trees, but the bridge over the river certainly caught my eye as well.
Cropped, but otherwise unaltered. Click to full 1200×853 size.
(click to enlarge) Red brick bastions of permanence float above the Don River Valley. In the distance, steel and glass towers of monetary power loom. All is calm within this Sunday fantasy. Yet the skies threaten rain and the trees … Continue reading
(click to expand) A sign that both pleases and frustrates me at the same time. I would love to explore these wild areas without getting shot at, but also, it’s good to know nothing else is getting shot either.
An interesting tangle of roots found on a cold and lonely Lake Huron beach in early spring.
(click to expand) Goderich is a picturesque town in Southwestern Ontario and a place I often visit for its scenery. In 2011, it was hit with an F3 tornado which tore through the downtown. Above is the old livery stables … Continue reading
A brook in Ben Miller (a small village near Goderich) hurries down the gulley. As it hits the flats of a large valley, the stream widens. The little stream joins the Maitland River The Maitland River empties into Lake Huron, … Continue reading
Ice storms, tornados, swollen rivers from melting snowpack and now a nice blizzard to round out a typical Canadian April. Sheesh…