Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
There is so much water in your part of the world. The rock wall in this photo is really interesting.Darla
Thanks goodness... weather CAN change.
There's just nothing about this picture that I don't like!
This image has all the making of a gorgeous June day!
Pretty picture! Our weather changes pretty fast here as well.
There are so many pretty landscapes in this part of the world. Love the mix of bridge, water and stone.
I love this shot. Beautiful house with the garden and the bridge on the other site.
Nice place, EG. I finally googled East Gwillimbury to figure out where you are. It looks like gorgeous country.
Nothing better than water!!!!Cheers from S.E. Ontario Cottage Country!P.S. Sad OPP death in your part of the woods. Very shameful.
I spent many a summer day there as a kid. Nice one.
Very nice scene. You have such a good eye for this.The deer in the photo is in tall grass/weeds. With our wet and cool spring everything started growing as soon as the sun cam out. Almost like the tropics--LOL.My computer is still ill so I am not commenting as often---it is sooooo slow---so thank you for checking in periodically. MB
That looks like a wonderful place.
So beautiful, and I like the special stone edge by the riverside! :)
Nice area - good shot! :) LG Tina
I wish I own that house :)My WW is here
Somehow this has the atmosphere of the Netherlands in the summer. Maybe because it is a great watery pic:)
...it was in Bobcaygeon I saw the constellations reveal themselves one star at a time...great song, great place, great photo!
That's the great thing about this time of the year, a dreary day can become beautiful in a short time. That is a lovely shot.
You can't miss that purple tree. Lovely area.
Delighted to see so many watery areas of your country! This is another beautiful shot!
Beautifully captured!Anticipating for Water is my entry, hope you can visit, thanks!
I visited there 2 years ago - a lovely area.
My eyes was drawn to the house. Looks very beautiful to me. ^_^See it?
What a beautiful place....love that rock retaining wall!
that's a beautiful setting =)
it feels like a very relaxing Sunday,indeed.
What a place to live...bet that is really, really beautiful in the fall. (Hint, hint..LOL)
It must be high tide, otherwise only a kayak and go under the bridge.
what a beautiful place!~ Jo's Precious Thoughts ~
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