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A journey of life and living as seen through my eyes.

 
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Exploration and adventure in London and beyond!

 
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Life but not as we know it. Existing in Shakespeare's town - Stratford...

 


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Suspended high above the Detroit River is the Ambassador Bridge which joins Windsor, Ontario with Detroit Michigan. A big chunk of trade between Canada and the United States of America drives over this bridge which is North America's biggest border c...

Another Niagara Escarpment waterfall fed by Forty Mile Creek in Grimsby, Ontario lies along a side trail of the Bruce Trail with an upper and lower Beamer Falls. This cascading waterfall can be found on the web as both Beamer and Beamers Falls and is...

Tew's Falls and Webster Falls pour water over the edge of the Niagara Escarpment in Hamilton. Walking the Bruce Trail and various side trails is a delight in fall time, full of visitors checking out the gorge cut into the shale and limestone of the e...

From the Daily Mail:Britons could need visas to visit France if the UK does crash out of the EU without a deal.As Theresa May arrived in Brussels for a crunch summit, the French government ramped up its preparations for a no-deal Brexit and said Brit...

Escarpment hills and the greenish-blue waters of Georgian Bay call to us in autumn and so we took our annual fall tour of the ski capital of western Ontario. It's been so long we also decided to go back to the caves of Collingwood on Sunday, October...

You take your chance with weather anytime of the year but with weddings you hope for beautiful blue skies with the odd puffy white cloud, but you take what you get. Ann and I just photographed a wedding that had a bit of rain and fog so thick it was...

Bring on Autumn. Leaves are changing colours as nights get colder and that ungodly season known as winter approaches unsuspecting Ontarians, ready to smack them in the face with a snowball. Central Ontario looks like it is currently sitting at around...