Last week I took a writing retreat at my cabin in Haliburton County near Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. I spent nine days alone without internet or electricity. However, I did take a battery to run the laptop, along with notebook and camera. I had an amazing and inspiring time reconnecting with the spirit of the place.
I did not set out to make this gallery a daily record, but it turned out that way by accident, almost one photo per day. Except the slug and slime mould were taken on the same day, no photos the morning I left. Here they are in sequence. All were taken near my property except the final picture of scenic Hollow River, which runs from Kawagama Lake to Lake of Bays, a few minutes’ drive away.
Click the waterlily to view the gallery for photo blog Thursday.