Friday, August 29, 2014

Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario: Cyprus Lake

Sometimes good fortune shines on a photographer. We knew while walking in this park that this was a good spot, but didn't take a picture - knowing it would be there when we returned from the Grotto. When we did pass it again, a bird was standing at the mouth of a waterfall, almost protecting it. It does wonders for the picture. Click on it to increase the size of the image.

Bruce Peninsula National Park is a little odd. It may be the first such park that doesn't have a sign directing traffic near the entrance. That makes it easy to drive past while in Highway 6. (Guilty) There is a sign on the road into the park.

Then, parking is extremely limited. It's almost as if they don't want too many visitors, which might not be the worst idea in the world. Again, this is more of a forest preserve than traditional park, but there are some nice hikes and good views here.

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