Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Boyne River Provincial Park

Boyne River is a beautiful if strenuous hike, I went up for a nice walk in the woods back in late October for the day. Here's the thing about weather forecasts this time of year, even the day of, things can change. I was smart to have both a fleece jacket and a Goretex shell because the weather got very, Scottish.

What made for brisk borderline uncomfortable hiking out in the open made for some beautiful photos. Once you are in a sheltered area under a tree canopy, it was fine.  Boyne Valley is far enough from Greater Toronto it deters the fair weather hikers while fall colours peaked a week or two before, there was still plenty to shoot.

Camera: Olympus OM-1n, Zuiko MC 50 f1.8 lens, Zuiko 28 f3.5 lens.
Film: Kodak Ultramax 400

On the Curve on Highway 19

Fallen Leaves_

Leaning Wooden Fence Post

Cloud over the Meadow

Hikers on top of Murphy's Lookout

Hikers Leaving the top of Murphy's Lookout

Taking the View at the Top of the Lookout

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