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The Bruce Peninsula’s unrivaled coastal scenic beauty can only be described as breathtaking. The peninsula in Ontario, Canada emerges as part of the Niagara Escarpment from the crystal clear waters of Georgian Bay to the east and Lake Huron to the west.
The tiny strip of Bruce Peninsula land, only 60 miles long, juts out into the waters of the Great Lakes providing rare and spectacular rock cliffs, caves and formations along its crystal clear shoreline. Some of the oldest trees in eastern North America reside on the peninsula. Thousands of Yellow Lady’s-slippers adorn the edges of evergreen forests, while rare wildflowers and ferns provide lush foliage in limestone crevices.
The Bruce Peninsula remains so protected that it provides an ideal habitat for migrating birds, black bear and barred owl. Divers come to the peninsula to explore the many shipwrecks that lie in the exceptionally clear water.
Explore this gorgeous region of the Great Lakes that truly presents a ‘point-n-shoot’ photographer’s paradise, with aesthetic cliffs and rocky outcroppings extending far below the surface into deepening tones of aqua blue water. Enjoy unique wildflowers and wildlife too.
This area has always been one of Mark S. Carlson’s personal favorite shooting locations. All photographers are welcome from digital ‘snap-shooter’ to advanced amateur.
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““Thanks for offering the tour. It was fun, and it felt good to get back behind a camera. It’s been far too long!”
~ Diana Marinez