The waters of Georgian Bay in Ontario are an extraordinary colour as you can see from this photograph. Apparently they change back to ‘regular’ lake water colour once they become Lake Huron around the top of the Peninsula. This was taken from the top of the cliffs at Lion’s Head. This is a beautiful area of the country and I hope to get back there one day to see more of the sights that I have apparently missed but have been told about by commenters on my previous post.
A walk at low tide along the beach at sunset is enough to take the stresses of the day right out of you. I hope just looking at this will have the same effect. Have a lovely evening everyone, wherever you are.
Carrying her chuck-it launcher and ball and accompanied by our border collie puppy, Joni (who is out of the frame, fetching the ball), she has returned from her journey to the top of the world. Joni needed a complete round trip to begin to be a bit tired. Ellie got there first (to the exhausted part).
This was taken during a wonderful day out with G+ friends Alex and Linda during their stay in our Province. We had a great day, fighting off the crowds on one of our favourite beaches. If you squint you can see Alex perched on the top of the rock. (No, it's not a seagull with a hat on, it's +Alex Lapidus creating the lovely image you can see on his own profile!) Thanks to Alex and +Linda Villers for a wonderful day.
That particular day there was a storm threatening as the late afternoon light was shining on the water. The tide was almost fully out so we were walking actually on the bay floor. It is a strange feeling, to know that in only a very short time, all the flat sands will be once again under the water.
I was seduced by the wonderful colours reflected in the water about 10 minutes after the sun disappeared from sight. So vivid. Almost surreal. Not taken this week as it has rained most evenings for a while now.