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Crystal Blue Lake Ontario coming out of a freeze, Brighton Ontario

Crystal Blue Lake Ontario coming out of a freeze, Brighton Ontario

Beautiful capture along a secret beach entrance along Lake Ontario Near Brighton.  For an address use the resort the Timber House 116 Cedardale Rd, Brighton, ON K0K 1H0, stay on Cedardale Road past the Timber house and shortly upon you is a staircase leading down to a beach along Lake Ontario. Crystal Blue with a

Old Port Credit District, Port Credit Ontario

Old Port Credit District, Port Credit Ontario

Old Port Credit District, Port Credit Ontario http://www.portcredit.com/ Port Credit: The Very Beginning: The story of Port Credit begins long before the arrival of non-Native settlers. Archaeological evidence suggests that both Iroquoian and Algonkian-speaking peoples were attracted to the Credit River Valley over a period of thousands of years. By 1700 the Ojibwa, an Algonkian

Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, Kingston Ontario

Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, Kingston Ontario

Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area, Kingston Ontario 1641 Perth Road, Glenburnie, ON http://crca.ca/conservation-lands/conservation-areas/little-cataraqui-creek-conservation-area/ A reclaimed swath of farmland which offers visitors year round access to this natural beauty enjoying 394-heactare of marsh field and forest habitat. This gem just outside of Kingston Ontario boasts a network of trails and boardwalks, great for summertime and wintertime

North America’s largest dry stone bridge, Karlo Estates Winery, Wellington Ontario

North America’s largest dry stone bridge, Karlo Estates Winery, Wellington Ontario

North America’s largest dry stone bridge, Karlo Estates Winery, Wellington Ontario 561 Danforth Rd, Wellington, ON K0K 3L0 http://www.karloestates.com/ Not heavily marketed the Karlo Estates winery boasts North America’s largest dry stone bridge near Wellington Ontario. This is an interesting place to explore since when you arrive at the winery you can follow a trail

Winters Progress, Little Cataraqui Creek, Kingston Ontario

Winters Progress, Little Cataraqui Creek, Kingston Ontario

Winters Progress, Little Cataraqui Creek, Kingston Ontario http://crca.ca/conservation-lands/conservation-areas/little-cataraqui-creek-conservation-area/ Beautiful capture at Little Cataraqui Creek near Kingston Ontario. This gem of a conservation area is open year round providing hiking and outdoor activities. This photograph captures a break in the ice along the service road which is a beautiful portrait of Winters Progress.

Port Credit Lighthouse, Port Credit Ontario

Port Credit Lighthouse, Port Credit Ontario

Port Credit Lighthouse, Port Credit Ontario 105 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, ON L5H 1E9 In the 1700s, Port Credit was home to the Mississaugas, who used the river, which they called Missinhe or “trusting creek,” as a place for meeting with white traders. The French and later the English called the area Port Credit and

‘Marilyn Monroe’ towers, Mississauga Ontario

‘Marilyn Monroe’ towers, Mississauga Ontario

‘Marilyn Monroe’ towers, Mississauga Ontario 50 and 60 Absolute Ave, Mississauga, ON L4Z, Canada The staple of the Mississauga skyline! Whether traveling on the highway or into Mississauga this architectural gem is unique and eye pleasing with quite a story behind it. The towers have been named the Best Tall Buildings in the Americas by

Wartime Ghosts at the old Camp Picton, Picton Ontario

Wartime Ghosts at the old Camp Picton, Picton Ontario

Old wartime Ghosts at the old Camp Picton, Picton Ontario 343 County Rd 22, Prince Edward, ON K0K, Canada A visit to the to of the cliff that overlooks the attractive lakeside town of Picton reveals more than just a stunning view of the town (Millennium Lookout)below. It also unveils an intact collection of abandoned

Kensington Market, Toronto Ontario

Kensington Market, Toronto Ontario

Kensington Market, Toronto Ontario http://www.kensington-market.ca Kensington Market is a distinctive multicultural neighborhood in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Market is an older neighborhood and one of the city’s most well-known. In November 2006, it was designated a National Historic Site of Canada. Enjoy eclectic coffee shops, trendy shops, and vibrant markets. If your a culturalist

Where the Credit River Meets Lake Ontario at Snug Harbour, Port Credit Ontario

Where the Credit River Meets Lake Ontario at Snug Harbour, Port Credit Ontario

Where the Credit River Meets Lake Ontario at Snug Harbour, Port Credit Ontario 20 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga Ontario L5G 1C8 Port Credit is one of the most charming “small towns” in Ontario. Nestled on the South Side of Mississauga along Lake Ontario you can stroll the downtown for a vibrant boutique feel and also

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