Lake Nipissing Fall Shoreline
Taken in early October 2014. A week later all of the leaves had fallen from the same trees.
Taken in late-March, 2014, the snow banks along Memorial Drive were still quite high and helped frame the tree arching over the sunset on Lake Nipissing.
Lake Nipissing Spring Ice
Taken in early April just as the ice is starting to break up and drift outwards from the shoreline. The shore ice conditions last for a week or so and marks the transition from snowshoeing on the ice to the opening of canoe season.
Lake Nipissing Shore Ice
Sun sets over Spring shoreline ice that has been blown ashore and piled up as soft fractured ice crystals.
Lake Nipissing sunset canoe
Taken in late Fall, as canoe season draws to a close, a final and rare glass calm evening on Lake Nipissing after the sun has set.
Lake Nipissing sunset
Unseasonably mild weather and a hazy day over Lake Nipissing made for a colourful November sunset.
Lake Nipissing moon
Taken in mid-March, the lake covering snows have started to melt and re-freeze leaving great conditions for a walk out to the Manitou Islands. Taken at about 5:30 a.m. the moon is setting just as the sun rises from the opposite shoreline to the east.
Lake Nipissing sunrise
Simply turning the camera on it's tripod away from the early morning moonset, the breaking morning was pictured over North Bay.
North Bay waterfront
In early October the waterfront Linden trees turn a bright yellow that only lasts about a week before the leaves have fallen.
Fall colour and high water levels at Duchesnay Falls.