Georgian Bay Rocks
A few weeks ago I spent a long weekend on the Georgian Bay. I’d come with friends for the kayaking – which is superlative when the weather cooperates – but the Georgian Bay rocks stole the show.
The Georgian Bay comprises the eastern portion of Lake Huron – one of the five Great Lakes. The Bruce Peninsula to the south and Manitoulin Island to the north effectively cut off the Georgian Bay from the rest of Lake Huron.
Georgian Bay is a mecca for boaters in the summer – and a lucky few own cottages. I could easily spend a week or two exploring some of the 10,000 islands by kayak but that will have to wait for another summer.
All of these photos are taken on Franklin Island – a short paddle away from Snug Harbour. It’s got loads of camping spots and is a great place to explore.
Franklin Island is a photographer’s dream
I can’t get over the design
Rocks and pines – quintessential Georgian Bay scenery
Incredible colour and texture in the Georgian Bay rocks
Morning sun on the rocks
Folding rocks at sunrise
Rocks stacked like pancakes
Highly cooked and altered rocks
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Have you ever been to the Georgian Bay? Were you as awed by the rocks as I was?
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