Georgian Bay on Lake Huron
Lake Huron is the second largest of the five Great Lakes, the third largest fresh-water lake on Earth.
On the northern shore of Lake Ontario
Lake Ontario is easternmost Great Lake, the smallest of the five in surface area (although Lake Erie contains less water), the 17th largest lake in the world.
No one knows for sure what the word "Ontario" means. Some believe it comes from the First Nation word "kanaderio" meaning "sparkling or beautiful water." But the name may be a be a variation of "Onitariio" meaning "beautiful lake." Or it may have developed from "Skanadario" - "very pretty lake." However, the word may mean simply "a large body of water."
No matter what, it IS a pretty lake - even on a mostly overcast day like the one I took this photo.
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