Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Mono Cliffs Part II

Mono Cliffs is one of my favourite hikes northwest of Toronto because you can't hear civilization. This used to be farmland that went back to nature over 100 years ago and lies on the Bruce Trail. The big feature is the 500 year old cedar trees along the cliffs along with the nice view looking east from the look out. To walk the park in it's entirety will take  you day if your legs don't quit at some point and I highly recommend the Mono Cliffs Inn for lunch or an early dinner.

Camera: Nikon F2S, Pre Ai Nikkor Lenses
Film: Ilford HP5 400,  HC110 B.




Down by the Cliffs

Overlooking the Land.

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