Category Archives: Nature

O.S.A. Lake, Killarney

O.S.A Lake, Killarney

My wife and I spent a late September weekend camping in the interior of Killarney Provincial Park and managed to brave the cold nights in order to take in some beautiful scenery and fall colours.  

A Bumble Bee Hard at Work

Hard at Work

This is a blast from the past that stumbled across today while I was digging through my archives looking for a specific photo. I can still remember taking this shot very vividly as it was as if the bee were actually waiting for me to […]

Foggy Day on the Lake

Foggy Day on the Lake

I was out for my daily walk with Charles along the lakeshore today and it was such a dark and dreary day that I ran home and grabbed my camera. These shots aren’t the most uplifting, but for anyone who enjoys a good rainy day […]

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Just Hangin’ Out

I was at the cottage just getting ready to start the barbecue for dinner when my wife noticed this guy clinging to the side of the deck. He ended up hanging around for quite a while and over the course of our dinner he had changed his […]

The Old Cabin

The Old Cabin

A view of an old cabin sitting so isolated on three small rock islands on Rabbit Lake, Temagami. I snapped this shot while skimming by in our fishing boat. Looked so serene and peaceful… the water had just settled into a perfect sheet of glass […]

Calm Before the Storm

Calm Before the Storm

The calm before what was to become a 12-hour thunderstorm a friend and I weathered in a tent on Rabbit Lake, Temagami.

Dam Rocks

Dam Rocks

While on a fishing trip to Rabbit Lake, Temagami, we took some time to get out of the boat and hike down a trail that lead to the bottom of this dam. What was more interesting what the remnants of the original damn that we […]

Lonely Cottage

Lonely Cottage

I was on a fishing trip with a friend early this summer and managed to snap this shot while rocketing along the lake in the fishing boat. The cottage is completely isolated on three small rocks that serve as mini islands on Rabbit Lake, Temagami.

Canoeing on Little Misty Lake

Winter on “Little Misty”

This is a repost from three years ago. However, now that I’ve revisited my entire approach with how I wil use One Thousand Words I wanted to revisit it as this particular trip was a a truly meaningful experience that is still resonating with me today. In […]