An abandoned automobile slowly settles into the forest floor on the Granite Ridge Trail, Killarney Provincial Park.
Sunrise graces the skies over the lighthouse on a snow-dusted Doubletop Island, in the Western Island group.
Sunset hues near solstice highlight the granite formations on the western shore of Snake Island.
A northern water snake consumes a fish whole, and headfirst, on the Snake Islands.
Twilight descends on the fantastical granite shoreline of Wreck Island, in the Massasauga Provincial Park.
Intra-cloud lightning crackles in a large cumulonimbus anvil formation, moving slowly over the Captain Allen Straight in Massassauga Provincial Park. The central portion is lit entirely from lightning inside the cloud, an absolutely beautiful phenomenon.
An October wave breaks against the Red Rock, shooting spray over 70′ in the air, high above the helicopter landing pad added in the early 1970s. The lantern room of the Red Rock lighthouse is over 62′ above the waterline.
The April sun sets on the western shoreline of Franklin Island.
A heavy storm surge pounds Wreck Island in the Massasauga Provincial Park, after a weather front packing 100km/h winds moved through the area.
A black bear gazes curiously into the camera on Dead Island, before scampering off into the forest.
Two northern water snakes keep a lookout next to a hibernaculum on the Bustard Islands.
A large black bear pauses momentarily while foraging for berries in the underbrush of the Churchill Islands.
A bald eagle perches on a dead tree in the Shirt Tails, directly south of the Outer Fox Islands.
A dramatic sky frames the August sun setting directly behind the Red Rock lighthouse.
A ruby-throated hummingbird defies gravity, neck feathers perfectly displayed in the late June sunlight.
A bear cub shakes water off after a swim on the Bustard Islands, close to the Bustard Rocks lighthouse.
An endangered Massasauga rattlesnake sniffs the air, on a portage in Massasauga Provincial Park’s Spider Bay. This was the largest Massasauga that I’ve ever seen, around one metre in length.
The partial solar eclipse of October 2014 sets over the Red Rock lighthouse, a dramatic scene for a lighthouse whose days may be numbered thanks to the unfortunately named Heritage Lighthouse Protection Act.
Late August light hits the lighthouse and unique twin ranges on the Bustard Rocks.
A fantastical twilight descends upon the Red Rock lighthouse, standing lonely vigil at the south end of the Mink Islands.
A mink swims by at twilight on the south shore of Philip Edward Island.
The delicate features of a dragonfly wing on the Umbrella Islands.
Babies adorn the back of a mother wolf spider.
A perfectly preserved mink skull reveals its details in the Sans Souci area of Georgian Bay.