On the way back a couple of fall pictures, crop land has all been plowed for the fall and cattle are roaming fields before the snow and cold. In the summer the crops go on for kilometers on which was once an ancient seabed. Click on the top picture for a panorama.
First time in Gowganda was 1968 with the Dept. of Lands and Forests, doing a soil and vegetation study for the Wildlife Productivity Inventory. While here found the country amazing, the boreal forest the lakes at every turn and the air clean and fresh. It didn't take long back then to get the camera out and start recording some of the sights I'd seen. Since then with a few layoffs in photography its good to get right back at it. Putting your pictures on a blog like this forces you to go out and take more pics, which is the goal of this site.
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