Rockwood Park Falls
I took the kayak to Rockwood Park the other week and was able to get this shot of the falls. It is a great place to explore with a canoe or kayak. There are also nice hiking trails and a beach.
It is one of the Grand River Conservation Authority Parks and you can find more info here. https://www.grandriver.ca/en/outdoor-recreation/Rockwood.aspx
June 22, 2018 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Grand River Conservation Authority, HDR, kayaking, photo art, photography, Rockwood Park, Waterfalls | Leave a comment
I recently had a chance to visit Hogg’s Falls just north of Flesherton Ontario. This seven meter high falls on the Boyne River was named for William Hogg.
It is very easy to get to – not so easy to get down to the river bed – especially in the winter. Caution is advised.
March 12, 2018 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Boyne River, Flesherton Ontario, Grey County, Hogg's Falls, photography, Waterfalls | Leave a comment
A few weekends ago we were at Sauble falls and this big old Cedar provided some nice shade to cool off in.
Sitting in the shade listening to the water flowing over the rocks and capturing the scene with a camera…. what a blessing!
October 4, 2017 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Cedar tree, photo art, photography, river, Sauble Falls, Waterfalls | 2 Comments
5 Arch Stone Bridge Pakenham
Just outside of Ottawa Ontario is the little village of Pakenham on the Mississippi River. There you can find this 5 Arch Stone Bridge. It is claimed to be the only one of its kind in North America. It is a beautiful spot to stop for a picnic and enjoy the sights and sounds of the rapids and small waterfalls.
Mississippi River Pakenham
Just below the 5 arch bridge is this beautiful little waterfall on the Mississippi River.
September 8, 2014 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: 5 arch stone bridge, Arch Stone Bridge Pakenham, bridge, HDR, Landscape, Mississippi river, Mississippi River Pakenham, nature, Pakenham, photography, Waterfalls | 6 Comments
Weavers Creek Falls
Weavers Creek Falls is located in Harrison Park, Owen Sound. The short trek back to the falls is made easily via a boardwalk. It is accessible all year round. Harrison park is a beautiful spot and the the falls make a beautiful side trip from the main park area.
Is that a giant eye peeking out from behind the falls!! Might it be a Dragon’s Den!
January 6, 2013 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: boardwalk, Creek, Harrison Park, harrison park owen sound, HDR, nature, outdoors, Owen Sound, photography, Waterfalls, Weavers Creek Falls | 1 Comment