Ξ April 27th, 2010 | → 0 Comments | ∇ boating, Canada, cottage country, Haliburton Highlands, marine/marina, nature, Ontario, Photography, weather, webcam |
One of the reasons I like to check back via webcam on areas in southern/ south central Ontario is the seasonal changes that are most apparent by gazing upon the same vistas week after week. In the hard, cold midst of winter, very little changes. The water is frozen and if more snow falls upon the snow already on the ground—well, to my eyes it just looks like more snow.
But. This change–the one above is the one that signals to me that winter is officially over. Just four days ago there was but one boat anchored in the water of Kincardine harbour. However today at sunset when I pulled up the harbour on Lake Huron next to the Penetangore River, the harbour was nearly half full with boats in the water. Cool beans!
Since it was the time the Ontario sun was setting I was lucky enough to get some lovely photos including one that is wallpaper-pretty (you need to photoshop a bit of glare out–but otherwise it is luscious).