I sat in front of this beautiful shoreline for three days.
It’s not like I ever take something so amazing for granted, but this might be the last time I visit for quite a while. This is twilight at Craigleith Provincial Park on Georgian Bay. For three days I sat watching the waves roar in. Each swell would curl and break on the slippery shale beach with near perfect clarity, the lake floor revealed as if through a lens.It was the most peaceful I have felt since Gravenhurst in July.
There may be very little peace in the short term now. The news is in. My husband and I are headed for the Oklahoma City area in October. In about two weeks I expect there will be more news on the book, more details on how things will work and a departure date. The plan is to try to follow as much of the old Route 66 as possible.
If nothing else, it is about to get interesting…..
P.S. The photo is not colour enhanced – it really shot like this. I had to lighten the exposure and slightly deepen the darks because this pink haze was so magnificently overwhelming.