Life has gotten hold of me as I finally settle into Ann Arbor. I did take four days over Memorial Day for a photo safari to Tobermory, Ontario. Tobermory is at the very northern tip of the Bruce Peninsula and the gateway to the Georgian Bay and tens of thousands of islands. This is also where you catch the ferry to the world’s largest freshwater island, Manitoulin. It was an amazing trip focusing on endangered coastal wildflowers, rocks, lighthouses, and Flowerpot Island. I’ll save most of these photos until I circle Lake Huron, but thought I might brighten your day with an image of this classic red Canadian Coast Guard vessel, the Cape Commodore.
So worth a visit. I was in Thornbury last April and then Tobermory this May. I’m about ready to launch my photography website (that will start by highlighting my Great Lakes images) so stay tuned :-). Hope all is well with you and yours. Henry says hi (and hope that’s not ouchy).
Cool, photo, Karen. Someday I hope visit Georgian Bay.