Winter calm on the St. Lawrence River — Brockville, Ontario
Pretty green bracket fungi with red maple leaf — Limerick Forest, Ontario
Eye of the Zebra — Quebec City, Quebec
Watching over Grizzly Gulch — Handies Peak, Colorado
First Presbyterian Church and Sally Grant at sunset — Brockville, Ontario
Harvest time at Hall’s Apple Market — Brockville, Ontario
Night falls on the Hotel Fairmont Le Château Frontenac — Old Quebec City, Quebec
The days are getting longer. — Brockville, Ontario
View from Carré St-Louis (Saint-Louis Square), a lively urban square in the Plateau Mont-Royal — Montreal, Quebec
Canopy entrance at l’Eglise Saint-Jean Baptiste –Quebec City, Quebec
Summer Terrace in Quebec City Lower Town
Winter at the Chelsea Bridge over Meech Creek near Wakefield, one of seven covered bridges remaining in the Gatineau Valley of Quebec. There is another longer bridge the town of Wakefield popular with tourist. In the 1900’s there were over 1000 such bridges in the Province.
St Regis Fire Tower — Adirondack Mountains, NY
Late winter in the Virginia foothills — Virginia, U.S.
Beach Store along the road in the popular summer destination of Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Misty November day along California’s northern coast — Bodega Bay, California
Northern Birch — Hurricane Mountain, Adirondack, New York
Morning practice on the St. Lawrence river — Brockville, Ontario
Charming hamlet found along the Saint-Lawrence River–Port-Au-Persil, Quebec
Happy Fall Friday! This magnificient view was taken hiking along Rocky Peak Ridge, in New Yorks Adirondack mountains region. Eastern Canada and New England is the destination to visit for your next fall vacation.
View from St Regis fire tower
A Million dollar view campsite in the heart of the Thousand Islands. Redwood, New York
Leaving Burlington Harbour crossing Lake Champlain by ferry to Port Kent, our beloved Adirondack mountains in the distance.
The Brockville Yacht Club sail racing club out on a breezy summer evening along the St. Lawrence River — Brockville, Ontario
Sailing, biking, kayaking, and of course sunset watching, there is never a shortage of things to do for the Lake Ontario tourist. — Pulaski, New York
Yesterdays workhorse; The International Harvester KB5 found along route 23 in Central New York
Canoeing, a summertime classic. — Lac Poisson Blanc, La Pêche, Quebec
The older I get, the longer winter seems! — Brockville, Ontario