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GBLS: The Georgian Bay Lighthouse Survey

Remote camera setup, Georgian Bay Lighthouse Survey

Documenting The Past, For The Future Heart of Stone is proud to announce the official launch of the Georgian Bay Lighthouse Survey (GBLS).  A multi-year project, the GBLS is using timelapse, photographic, and advanced remote camera technologies to document the lighthouses of Georgian Bay as never before. Above:  motion timelapse technology helps to capture the […]

Inlet to Inlet: Bayfield to Byng

American Mink, Chicken Liver Channel, Georgian Bay

Bayfield Inlet to Byng Inlet:  A Georgian Bay Sectional August 19 to 28, 2013 Charts:  Canadian Hydrographic Service Chart 2203 – Carling Rock to Byng Inlet (Sheet 3) Topographic Maps:   041H10 Naiscoot River Maps:  None Intersecting Trip Reports:  Byng Inlet to the Limestones and Back 1.  Bayfield Inlet to Chicken Liver Channel. 2.  Chicken Liver […]

Voyageur Loop

Star trails over lighthouse and ranges, Bustard Islands, Georgian Bay

Voyageur Loop – or – You’ve Got Mice, That’s Your Problem August 11 to 19, 2011 Charts:  Canadian Hydrographic Service Chart 2204 – Byng Inlet to Killarney Topographic Maps:  041H14 Collins Inlet, 041H15 Key Harbour Maps:  French River Provincial Park Map 1.  Key River to the Bustard Islands. 2.  Bustard Islands to the Voyageur Channel. […]

Byng Inlet to the Limestones and Back

Moonrise Trees, Big McCoy Island, Georgian Bay

Byng Inlet to the Limestone Islands and Back June 17 to 26, 2011 Charts: Canadian Hydrographic Service Chart 2203 – Carling Rock to Byng Inlet Topographic Maps:  041H15 Key Harbour, 041H10 Naiscoot River, 041H08 Parry Sound Maps: The Adventure Map: Franklin, Minks, & McCoys Intersecting Trip Reports:  Inlet to Inlet: Bayfield to Byng 1.  Little Britt […]

Voyageur Nightmare

Beaver Skull, Churchill Islands, Georgian Bay

A beaver skull sits perfectly reflected in a small pool of water in the Churchill Islands, just south of the mouth of the Key River. 5×7″ Print [wp_cart:5575_Voyageur Nightmare II_5x7:price:45:end] 8×12″ Print  [wp_cart:5575_Voyageur Nightmare II_8x12:price:85:end] 12×18″ Print  [wp_cart:5575_Voyageur Nightmare II_12x18:price:125:end] 16×24″ Print  [wp_cart:5575_Voyageur Nightmare II_16x24:price:165:end]

Diagonal Chew

Beaver stick, Big McCoy Island, Georgian Bay

A beaver stick cuts across the strong rock formations of Big McCoy Island, at the top end of the Mink Island chain. 5×7″ Print [wp_cart:4863_Diagonal Chew_5x7:price:45:end] 8×12″ Print [wp_cart:4863_Diagonal Chew_8x12:price:85:end] 12×18″ Print [wp_cart:4863_Diagonal Chew_12x18:price:125:end] 16×24″ Print [wp_cart:4863_Diagonal Chew_16x24:price:165:end]

Frequently Asked Questions

Loaded Kayak, South Limestone Island, Georgian Bay. Photo by Sean Tamblyn.

Some quick answers to common questions: 1.  How do I order prints? Heart of Stone is still under development, and the ordering process isn’t fully set up yet.  But soon you’ll be able to look at any print, select your size, and checkout securely via PayPal.  Your prints should arrive in the mail a few […]

About Our Prints

No Inkjets Here All of our imagery is custom printed on a Chromira LED printer, which uses high-resolution LEDs to expose photographic paper, which is then run through a traditional wet process.  Even though most of our material is digitally-sourced, the final result that you’ll receive is an archival-grade  photograph of uncompromising quality, not just […]

Almighty Branch

Beaver, Snug Harbour, Toronto Islands. Photo by Sean Tamblyn.

A beaver rises out of the water, reaching for branches lying close to the surface . 5×7″ Print [wp_cart:1444_Almighty Branch_5x7:price:45:end]

Snug Harbour Light

DeHavilland Beaver and Snug Harbour Lighthouse, Snug Harbour, Georgian Bay. Photo by Sean Tamblyn.

A Georgian Bay Airways deHavilland Beaver lifts off in front of the Snug Harbour lighthouse. 5×7″ Print [wp_cart:6939_Snug Harbour Light_5x7:price:45:end] 8×12″ Print [wp_cart:6939_Snug Harbour Light_8x12:price:85:end]