Not much time to blog tonight, been a busy weekend. But here are a few pictures I liked of Georgian Bay in the early evening light two weeks ago. One of those very rare days when there was barely a ripple on the water.
There seemed to be a bit of a haze in the far distance over the cold water, making it hard to even see the horizon. It usually stands out in stark contrast between a dark and light blue.
There was one drifting sailboat out near that horizon. Clouds in the distance make the horizon doubly difficult to see, but the view was beautiful.
It was almost calm enough to give clear reflections. This is the best it got.
Can you see that faint horizon? You're looking almost due north here, something over 100 km. to the far northern shore.