Five hundred and sixty-three

Algonquin Provincial Park – Part One
Camping and Hiking
(and back to regular Wednesday blogging)

I am in awe of the country I live in sometimes. I’m in awe of Mother Nature and the beautiful things that grow from the ground, float in the waters and soar in the sky.  Last week I went hiking and camping in Algonquin Provincial Park, a huge 2,983 square mile area of wilderness in the south-centre of the province of Ontario.  We went on five hikes over several days.  I took lots of photos.  As it’s autumn, the leaves are changing colour and it’s breathtaking!  We sat on the top of cliffs looking down over a patchwork of reds, yellows, oranges, greens and blues.  I am still humbled by the beauty of it all.

To make up for my missed post last week, and because I love so many of the photos I took, I’m going to post a few photos every day for the next three days.  Here is the first photos of my trip to Algonquin:

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3 thoughts on “Five hundred and sixty-three

  1. Lindsay, GREAT photos!!! It makes me miss living up North so much this time each year. Living in Florida it’s pretty much hot or very cold with no changing of seasons. Your pics remind me of living in upstate New York when I was a kid. Thanks for sharing them. I just came back from Arizona and will post pics on my blog soon – you’ll have to check them out!

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