A red fire hydrant contrasted against a black and white
background in Kingston, Ontario.
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Sunrise over Scarborough. When I lived in a condo overlooking the Don Valley, I kept a camera pointed out the window looking east. When I saw a nice sunrise, the camera was ready to take the picture!
Jumbo monument in St. Thomas, Ontario. August 12, 2000.
Couple enjoying the fall colors at Websters Falls, near Dundas, along the Niagara Escarpment.
Railroad mural in St. Thomas, Ontario. August 12, 2000.
Marine Railway at Big Chute along the Trent-Severn waterway. 1996.
Boys relaxing on the shore of Lake Erie.
Lighthouse at Tobermorey. June 2001.
Lift locks along the Trent-Severn Waterway. Peterborough, August 1993.
Locks of the Rideau Canal at Jones Falls, north of Kingston.
Mural with native theme behind the Native Renaissance II store in the Tyendinega Mohawk Territory. August 15, 2001.
Parliament Hill, Ottawa. August, 1993.
A bridge in the cottage country north of Kingston. Only 20 minutes north of Kingston, you can reach a wonderful area of lakes. In some places, the transition from the Great Lakes region to the Canadian Shield is very noticable - at one point, you're driving on a straight, flat stretch of road, and a kilometer later, you're on a twisty and hilly road.
Waterfall near the geologists Mecca, Bancroft.
The Native Renaissance II store in the Tyendinega Mohawk Territory. August 15, 2001.
A barn window on a farm in eastern Ontario.
A field on a farm in eastern Ontario.
A red fire hydrant in Kingston.
A stop sign in the Tyendinega Mohawk Territory. August 15, 2001.