From Nestleton to Toronto In A Few Days…

So, the holidays came and up to Ontario we went… always a wonderful thing. First we huddled up in Nestleton with baby’s parents where the snow made for a quiet and relaxing holiday. They are so secluded, a nice snowy walk was so peaceful, only the sounds of our boots crushing the snow broke the blissful silence.

Well, our boots and the occasional sound of my camera…

My snow angel, a quick portrait while we took a break from trespassing on someone’s wooded property…

Baby took the camera and got this photo of me. I always like the photos she takes of me. It’s almost like I can see what she sees when she looks at me. I like that….

The lake, the dock is up for the winter. Symmetry, my obsession with symmetry.

A rather creepy “camp” cabin at a nearby little church. Something about being run down, yet hyper colorful, when nothing else is. Creepy, the stuff of horror movies.

A snowy field we passed on our way out to Toronto. The snow was exceptionally misty for most the trip. Apparitions of trees within the trees…

The mist, this time with footsteps, continued in Toronto at this local city park.

It’s true. I do….

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