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Water under the bridge

Had a sublime moment today in the local park (Serena Gundy). Just last summer I realized a secret entrance that I’d never known about. Also, I used to go away for summers when I was a kid. These days, I improvise.


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moonbase alpha

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Last nite at Port Hope Ontario. It’s a small town looking over Lake Ontario. Fisheye filter brings in a lot more light, otherwise I probably would have taken this straight.


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enuf already!

small lagoon near lake ontario...

small lagoon near lake ontario… i took several pics at different zooms… was someone getting tired of posing..?


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evening star

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Here’s another one I took last night at Lake Ontario, about 100 miles east of Toronto. I guess that’s Venus or something like that. The evening star. I’m not sure if this was thru the side window or if it was rolled down. I might make this my official non-denominational Seasons Greetings image! Everyone digs nature…

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polar bear not

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Sunset near Cobourg Ontario last night. It was so cold that the skin on my hands cracked and actually bled a tiny bit. What lengths one will go to for a nice pic! I actually took quite a few of this guy. In reality just a hunk of ice. » http://www.tumblr.com/blog/mwclark


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too cold for outside

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A beautiful day yesterday prompted me and my dear ol’ Mom to take to the beach. It was about 2 pm and sunny… just in time to escape the city before the rush hour traffic. So at the last minute we decided to take to the country. A totally splendid day. We arrived here at Port Hope Ontario just before sunset. It was REALLY cold so I stayed in the car for this photo. The windshield gave it a bit of a color cast, which I could remove. But I thought I’d leave it for realism.


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Georgian Bay, High Rock Island

Looking out on Georgian Bay with camera set on Precambrian rocks some 4.5 billion to 540 million years old.