Saturday, October 13, 2012

Scavenger Hunt

 1.  Flowing water: Bracebridge dam

Water is overflowing the dam  and, as you can see, the colour was scrumptious there last weekend.

 2. Faithful

Dogs are such faithful friends! This photo was taken in September when the sand wasn't as cold as it is now for bare feet.

 3. Then & Now: Wenonah II

The Wenonah II - completed in 2002 - is a replica of 20th-century steamships except that she has modern conveniences such as an elevator and air conditioning.

 4. Fingertips

This gray jay sat on a woman's fingertips after she offered it dried cranberries.

5. Fall walk

This is a section of the Spruce Bog Boardwalk in Algonquin Provincial Park. I think the reflection is fascinating.

I am linking to Ashley Sisk's Scavenger Hunt HERE

31 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful choices. I love the one of the dam.

Buttons said...

Oh I just love all your photos. You make Ontario Canada beautiful:) I love the top one. B

Mary said...

Oh what a lovely river place. I like those waterfalls in the background, too.

Jack said...

A photo scavenger hunt? Too much work for me, but you get an A+.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great choices, I love your reflection especially.

see you there! said...

Great photo's. The reflection in the last one is my favorite, so much texture, it took me a minute looking at it to see what was going on.

Darla

Sandra said...

great reflections and i like the dam because it looks like a bridge under a bridge with a painted background

Tamar SB said...

Water flowing is gorgeous! Love the nature walk, too!

Shammickite said...

How lovely, you have been to Algonquin, I have never been there.

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely series of photos! The jay seems quite a big bird to have feeding from your hand!

Stephanie said...

A beautiful set of photos. The reflection is awesome - like seeing double.

Susan said...

Nice reflections on that fall walk. A dog's faithfulness is one of life's sweetest gifts. Looks like a wonderful companion.

tiarastantrums said...

my daughter wants to know how to feed cranberries to a bird!

RuneE said...

Since I'm an old "Bridge-fan", the first one wind with me :-)

Lowell said...

A great series of fall shots. The bird on hand is very special as are all the beautiful colors!

shutterbuggbitten said...

These are all such wonderful shots that showcase fall's beauty. I do love your flowing water and then and now the most.

Magdaleena said...

What a great set! I love the faithful dog and the bird and the last one too! =)

RedPat said...

What a great idea and you did a fine job!

Dina Lettre said...

Wow...gorgeous shots!

Marie said...

Great shots! Looks so lovely there.

Saun said...

Great reflection, awesome shots!

LONDONLULU said...

Oh, I could drink up my fill of fall right here! Beautiful series and clearly you put effort into it, love it:)

(P.S. I love Lambertville, so cool your uncle lived there!)

Michelle said...

Beautiful colors in the background of that bridge.

Randy said...

These are all wonderful. Nice finale.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great choices for the Scavenger Hunt. The one of the dam is gorgeous.

Indrani said...

Terrific series!

Andy said...

I'm getting the grand tour of Ontario on your blog. Thank you.

Liz said...

Such a beautiful selection of images for SHS. I particularly love your first (the dam with lovely Autumn colours), second (faithful... there is nothing like the faithfulness of a dog) and last image (the bridge with Autumn colours and a splendid reflection). Such beauty you have shared here.

Rohrerbot said...

These are really great pics. I miss fall so much. It's still so hot here....and you've found yourself a bird whisperer:)

Ida said...

Very nice set. Loved the Water shot and the Fall Walk- Those fall colors are fabulous.

Stephanie said...

Great fall shots, especially the bridge.

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