Ontario winter fun

When talking about winter fun, one thing that comes to my mind is Canada, especially Ontario 🙂 The cold season is long in the North part of North America and having fun is the best thing to do. In the years with a lack of snow for instance, Canadians are unhappy, because they cannot …

Traveling Ontario in January

Traveling Ontario in January can be quite rewording: lots of beautiful places and winter travel photography opportunities. This is a retrospective of our first days of January 2013 trip in the Southern Ontario. I’m talking about the part of Ontario, from Ottawa to the South-West.   We didn’t do this trip with the sole …

Red barn Ontario

During our travels in Canada, I photographed some of the Ontario barns among other subjects. I find that these type of buildings make a nice esthetic addition to a country landscape. From a photographer’s point of view for instance, barns create an appealing focal point on a rather monotone field. When they are colored …

Dreamy like looking winter country scene in Ontario, Canada

Well, when in snows in Canada, it pours… Just to paraphrase the well known saying about rain 🙂 I took these two photos below while driving in a snow squall in Ontario. I should better say: while my husband was driving and I was shooting through the windshield from the passenger seat.. However, contrary …

Kakabeka Falls, Ontario, Canada

My husband and I first heard about Kakabeka Falls when visiting Thunder Bay, Ontario. It happened to be my birthday, so it was the time for something exciting too see. It really was, and we didn’t regret our trip 🙂 – A great way to spend a special day!. You can walk over the …

mural in Smith Falls, Ontario

Mural in Smith Falls, Ontario Smith Falls is a small town in Ontario, along the famous Rideau Canal of Canada starting in Ottawa and ending in Lake Ontario. On a 3 day trip to Thousand Islands for my birthday, we drove through this historic town. Suddenly, I saw a rather intriguing mural a side …

Looking Out Of The Window Art Print by Tatiana Travelways

Looking Out Of The Window Young lady from the last century looking out of the window at the Watson’s Mill in Manotick. I captured this image in the historic heritage community and live museum South of Ottawa in Ontario. The place was founded in 1864 by Moss Kent Dickinson – mayor of Ottawa, and it …