As I continue to explore my new area I call “home,” I’m struck by how different some of the landscape can look from each other. I drive (or hike or paddle) 15 minutes one way, I have nothing but lakes filled with blue water and huge, tall, coniferous trees as far as the eye can see. I go in the opposite direction and I find landscapes that are baron; that really show the erosion of the Canadian Shield underneath the surface. It’s these contrasts that make Ontario (and Canada for that matter) so unique and it’s why I so enjoy making the time to explore these areas and capture what I see.
We really do live in the most picturesque country in the world, one that is so unmatched for it’s diversity of views.