Monday, July 10, 2006

Canada Day Weekend in Tobermory 2: "Nature" Shots

This is the second post in short series of shots taken at our cottage in Tobermory on the July 1st weekend. I just love rocks, they live such a different existence than we do. Good ol' rock, nothing beats that.

We had some scary and amazing looking storm clouds come in. Sweet.

This is a shot of the lovely stone steps on the cottage next to ours. We often see kids clambering about on the rocks in search of crayfish and frogs.

This one is of Singing Sands (so named because it is so flat and windy so that the wind "sings"through the sand), which is part of the Bruce Peninsula National Park. I love this beach because you almost feel as if you're at the end of the world. Also, you can walk out for a good quarter mile and still have the water only come up to your knees. One of the only places that you can go swimming this early in the year....we wouldn't dare go swimming in Georgian Bay yet!

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