Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Muskoka Fishing/ Outdoor Wednesday

Cottage country north of Toronto, Ontario

It was a quiet day out on this shallow lake.

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16 comments:

B SQUARED said...

Quiet and cool! Something in short supply this summer.

Cezar and Léia said...

Perfect and peaceful place.I'm enchanted by those beautiful huge trees!
Léia

Mar said...

How wonderfully peaceful!! wonderful shot.

Lyndsey said...

I love it. This phto sure makes you want to be there!

Elisa said...

It´s great your outdoor Wednesday!
Here it´s freezing
Greetings
Elisa, Argentina

cieldequimper said...

Some people have all the luck! ;-)

Francisca said...

In years gone by I went to the Muskokas quite often... It's beautiful, like your photo, but I remember the mosquitoes!

Cindy said...

So beautiful and serene looking. I posted photos of one of Ontario's lakes on my OW post today, too.
Cindy S

Leora said...

Ah, that looks so much more comfortable than the climate today in Central New Jersey.

George said...

What a beautiful, pastoral scene. I would certainly enjoy spending a few days on this lake. I'd just enjoy the view rather than fish.

Jacob said...

Nice! I've been there, done that! Looks like Minnesota. What do they catch in those shallow waters? Walleyed pike?

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

This look like a nice spot to spend soem time fishing. I wonder what they caught?

eden said...

What a beautiful place! So serene!

see you there! said...

Wonder if they caught dinner.

Darla

Rose said...

We took our rods with us up to Shipshewana, but didn't stop at any of the creeks. Seeing this makes me regret we did not take more time.

Rambling Woods said...

It does look like a good day to spend on the lake....

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