Posted in Canada, History, rebloged, Scope for the Imagination, Tourist in my own Town / Province

Lake monsters in Ontario Parks – Parks Blog (a reblogged post)

Today’s post comes from Roger LaFontaine, park naturalist, classically trained biologist and amateur lake monster researcher. He has spent nearly two decades researching and documenting the occurrence of mysterious creatures in Ontario. We think that we know our lakes and rivers well, but, in reality, we have barely scratched the surface. Unknown to us, the … Continue reading Lake monsters in Ontario Parks

Source: Lake monsters in Ontario Parks – Parks Blog

Posted in Nature, Photo challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge

H2O ~ WP Photo Challenge

I love taking photos of water. It’s “that photo” I am always trying to capture.

“Water never waits. It changes shape and floes around things, and finds the secret paths no one else thought about __ the tiny hole through the roof or the bottom of a box. There’s no doubt it’s the most versatile of the five elements. It can wash away earth, it can put out fire; it can wear a piece of metal down and can sweep it away. Even wood, which is its natural complement, can’survive without being nurtured by water.”   ― Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha

Allegany State Park
Mist at Allegany State Park
Feb 2015
Winter’s Water ~ Feb 2015
Pond at University of Guelph
Pond at University of Guelph
Kindly visit the WP page for more H2O photos.
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Holding the rain