Point Pelee National Park

Ontario, Canada.

Land where most of my people are from.

These are pictures from a trip taken 10 years ago with my digital.  It was very different from another trip taken there 20 years before that when our children were young and there were such nice bogs at the time.  Could not find that area, if it even exists anymore.  I have a few pictures taken with a disc camera from the 80’s of the bogs but if any of you are even familiar with that format, you know the quality was not very good.  I had a 35 mm but purchased a Kodak disc because it was smaller, auto focus and didn’t want to risk my good camera in that environment of water and sand.  I always took a cheap camera to the beach.

Mom found an old abandoned Coke machine in the woods.

 

Bog taken approximately 30 years ago at Point Pelee National Park, Kodak Disc camera.

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: My Favorite Liquid

Water!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rising or Setting?

and who really cares?

They are beautiful!

“Red sky at night, sailors’ delight.  Red sky at morning, sailors take warning.”

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O is all Wet

Some say carbon is the basis of all life on earth, but I beg to differ. I believe that water, H2O is.

Can you go swimming in carbon?  Do you need 8 to 10 glasses of carbon a day?  Would you like to own some carbon front property one day?  I think I’ve made my point.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Morning, Good

Good Morning from Mill Pond in Tecumseh, home of the Tecumseh Paddling Company.

Daily Prompt: Water, Water Everywhere

Soon there may not be a drop to drink.

Something to think about.

Weekly Photo Challenge: (Extra)ordinary

This has been an extraordinary Autumn for me.  It’s a glorious transformation from summer to fall in the country like this.  Helps me to deal with my loss and other changes I am still getting used to with something to be grateful for.  God is good!  Enjoy the last hurrah of fall!  As my about page states, look but don’t touch.

If you look carefully you will see something I missed when I took one of my water pictures poking his head above the water.  He blended right in!

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