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Canoeist on Lake at Sunrise, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada
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The Moose of Algonquin Park
© 2013 Thousand Word Images by Dustin Abbott I am sharing this photo in association with an article I wrote with the same name. It is a little travelogue/Photography Adventure article about a wonderland for experiencing "pure" nature. There is a link to the article below. There is something amazing about capturing these massive creatures in the wild (even while your wife is freaking out because you are way too close to them!) Here is a link to another recent article, this one on the moose of…
A bit about the hikes at Achray campground (Algonquin Park)
A bit about the different walking/hiking trails at Achray campground in Algonquin Park: some dangerous, gorgeous, scenic, and the kids loved them all.
Hiking in Algonquin Park, Canada | The Pink Backpack
Nestled in the heart of Northern Ontario, Algonquin Provincial Park is a gorgeous, green gem that should not be missed! Nature lovers have enjoyed the over 7,000 km of forests and lakes since the park was initially created in 1893. Although Algonquin has become notorious for its 2,000 kilometres