Georgian Bay

The face of the water, in all its states, as mysterious as a human face

Georgian Bay is a visually fascinating part of Lake Huron. It offers a clear view of two bedrock structures that formed the Great Lakes region, easy access for most Ontarians, and excellent recreation value. Above all, it provides curious minds with transparent previews of how natural ecology works while facing different conditions.
Shores of Bruce Peninsula
Shores of Bruce Peninsula

Evening shoreline of Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario.

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Shoreline Study #02
Shoreline Study #02

Bruce Peninsula National Park shoreline on Georgian Bay, Ontario.

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Escarpment #3
Escarpment #3

Cathedral Georgian Bay's shoreline formation of Niagara Escarpment at Bruce Peninsula National Park.

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Shores of Bruce Peninsula
Shores of Bruce Peninsula

Evening shoreline of Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario.

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The Bruce Peninsula and Manitoulin Island separate it from the rest of Lake Huron. The sedimentary rocks with rich fossil intrusions testify to lengthy atmospheric decarbonization processes. The views are just spectacular bonuses.
Killarney at Georgian Bay
Killarney at Georgian Bay

View of Killarney from the Salomon Island on Georgian Bay.

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View of Fox Islands
View of Fox Islands

Summer waterways around the Fox Islands at Georgian Bay

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Fox Islands Dusk
Fox Islands Dusk

Summer paddling and boating destination on Georgian Bay.

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Killarney at Georgian Bay
Killarney at Georgian Bay

View of Killarney from the Salomon Island on Georgian Bay.

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The north part of Georgian Bay is braced by the magnificent Killarney La Cloche range, an escape for many in the summer. Diverse rock formations, including white outcrops of quartz, of what remains from the earth's crust rapture almost 2 billion years ago.
Morning Fog
Morning Fog

Morning at the shoreline of Henley Inlet, Georgian Bay, Ontario

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Cottage Escape
Cottage Escape

Rouget shores of Mink Islands

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Tobermory Crossroads
Tobermory Crossroads

To all-inclusive destinations?

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Morning Fog
Morning Fog

Morning at the shoreline of Henley Inlet, Georgian Bay, Ontario

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Georgian Bay is the place I have visited multiple times each year in the last four decades. That lends itself to an observation I can share. Decades ago, it was teeming with people; hiking, fishing, on all sorts of watercraft, building and using cottages, enjoying themselves with the background of children's laughter and in touch with nature. It is quiet now, almost desolate even on long summer weekends. A faith like hundreds of abandoned lodges farther north in Ontario.