Monthly Archives: September 2005

Milton Rail Line

Milton Rail Line

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In the early morning hours just as the sun reaches over the horizon the Milton rail line has a weird dreamy feel to it, if you keep your gaze to the east. Looking west from 5th line the suburban growth …

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GO-ing to Work

GO-ing to Work

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The GO Train out of Milton station makes its way towards Mississauga and then Toronto. About the only reliable form of public transport in this one-horse urban sprawl town, Milton is quickly becoming the poster child for piss poor city …

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Georgian Bay

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Stretching into the mist, Georgian Bays waters disappear at the horizon where ghostly shadows of distant islands loom. The rugged beauty of the cliffs provides a stark contrast to the always blue and mostly clear cool waters below. The temperature …

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Sunset Over Cypress

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We, the four of us, stood by the north shore of Cypress Lake and watched the International Space Station blaze across the sky as the sun surrendered its final glow to the coming darkness. Amid both moments of silence and …

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the-grotto

The Grotto

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The Grotto at Bruce National Park is not only a cool place to check out but a popular launching point for scuba divers & snorkelers gaining access to the Georgian Bay through a large underwater opening. It’s also a challenging …

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The Welcome Wagon

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I haven’t posted for a while as the flow of photos has been reduced to a bare trickle. I spent the Sunday till tonight back up at the Bruce Peninsula, catching a 6 am sunrise after an hour hike up …

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Divine

Divine

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Scaffolding still decorated the south side of the church as cleaning crews scrubbed, sanded and pressure washed the masonry clean. Almost half a century of communist rule left its mark on old churches and buildings whose stone exteriors had become …

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Fishing on Guelph Lake

Fishing on Guelph Lake

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Early morning light reflects a mirror image of the green canopy surround Guelph Lake. The large man made lake serves the local community with rowing clubs, swimmers & crack of dawn fishermen enjoying it still waters in the company of …

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