I have been busy over the last few days processing image files, while recovering from a rotten head and chest cold, from my fall colour photo shoot through eastern Ontario. One location I have always wanted to explore, but just never found the time to get there, is Bon Echo Provincial Park located near the village of Cloyne, Ontario. On this recent excursion, I found myself nearby about an hour before sunset so I decided to spend the night at this park. One of the parks most notable features is the 1.5 km, 100 m cliff that rises out of Mazinaw Lake. There are numerous ancient pictographs painted on this rock – one of the largest concentrations in North America. I look forward to visiting this park again when I can devote some time to photographing some of these pictographs.
All photos in this post of from sections of this most impressive cliff.