A sneak preview of a photo shoot with one of the most talented house DJs and producers in GTA - Thierry Roland.
Arrowhead Provincial Park is located just north of Huntsville, Ontario. It is a multi-season attraction, featuring hundreds of wooded campsites, hiking and biking trails and cross-country ski trails. We got there on the last day of the season and were very lucky to get in. We took a rather short, but very scenic trail to Stabbs Falls. Every single leave in the park was either yellow, orange or red so the views were spectacular. The park made very good first impression so we will make sure to visit it again for a bit longer next year.
Sand Lake is a magical lake east of Algonquin Park very close to Kearney. It is very shallow and sandy and has two small islands; Blueberry and Emerald. The park we stayed at, Edgewater Park Lodge, had a beautiful scenery, calm lake, lots of birch trees, little cottages with muskoka chairs in front of each one to enjoy the view of the lake. Almost no one was at the resort that weekend and we got to enjoy an amazingly peaceful and relaxing atmosphere of the place.
We went to Algonquin Park on Thanksgiving weekend. It was a middle of fall and we decided that was the best time to explore this wild bear country of Ontario. We couldn't be more lucky with the weather. It was sunny and hot all weekend long. We were lucky we took shorts and tank tops. On first day we went for a 8 km hike by Rain Lake which is a west gate to the park.