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Sandbanks, The Black and Whites

Earlier this week I shared a set of photos from Sandbanks Provincial Park featuring a lonely feel, a matte finish, and muted colours.  These are the ones I felt deserved a high contrast, black and white treatment as they didn’t speak to the narrative of the previous set. 178 more words

Photography

Wanderlust Wednesday - Winter Lakes

Because nature only ever exists in its truest form. ☮☪⚖⚘♛⋆

Hope you are all having a peaceful week. If you’re not, get outside. Cold, hot, raining, snowing. 23 more words

Travel

Abandoned Summer

Today’s weather was pleasant, and I found myself touring around Sandbanks Provincial Park on my own.  The place is a huge tourist attraction, and being a local I often ignore it to escape the throngs of teenage partygoers.  707 more words

Photography

SIU investigating after body found in Lake Ontario

NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ont. – The Special Investigations Unit has been called in after a body was found late Monday in Lake Ontario.

Niagara Region police say officers were called at about 7:20 p.m. 67 more words

Crime

Overhaul of Don River mouth could spur Port Lands development

Don Murphy sits at the control panel of a dredging boat in the Keating Channel, the pathway between the Don River and Lake Ontario. He pumps his limbs energetically, controlling the pedals and joysticks that guide a crane scooping sludge from the still, brown water. 1,411 more words

Toronto

SOAK in a shipping container spa in San Francisco

© SOAK

Bathing used to be fun and social. Going back to Roman times, people would gather in the baths to talk, do business, socialize and other things we can’t talk about on a family website. 435 more words

Gardening

Marine Drive

You’re everything I need.
No more and no less.
You’re the best.
You’re my King.
My favourite thing.
I’d give you the world,
If it were mine. 95 more words

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