The summer issue of Superior Outdoors magazine features two of our sea kayaking images from Lake Superior Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada.
Superior Outdoors is a great little publication with a big heart based out of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The husband and wife team of Darren and Michelle McChristie have dedicated their publication to active outdoor pursuits and environmental concerns in the Lake Superior region of Ontario, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. Here's the mag in their own words:
"Superior Outdoors magazine is a high quality magazine for outdoor enthusiasts packed with stunning photographs and engaging stories. Our focus is Lake Superior, with coverage that includes central Canada and the Midwestern states. We cover a wide range of topics from outdoor adventure, news and events to environmental issues and the largest, most comprehensive event listing in the region. Each issue also includes an eight page photo gallery of the best images from around the lake."
It's that last part, the eight-page photo gallery that I like best. Eight pages! If you love life on the Big Lake, you should give Superior Outdoors a read.
Here are the images Superior Outdoors is using this issue:
|Till Creek Falls dwarfs a curious paddler.|
|Lifting fog and a gorgeous day ahead.|
And here are a few more from the rugged and remote shoreline of Lake Superior Provincial Park, on Lake Superior's north east coast, in Ontario, Canada. One of my favorite places to work, play and just disappear...
|Quiet campsite at twilight on a sheltered cove.|
|The ancient pictographs of Agawa Rock depict Lake Superior demigods.|
|Sunset at Agawa Beach.|
|Lake Superior fog, eerily beautiful to paddle in.|
|Stretching legs after a long day in the boats.|
|Waves and boulders grind pockets in the sandstone at Grindstone Point.|
|Evening paddle in a quiet, sheltered bay.|
|A bouldery bay at Cape Gargantua.|
|The ladies dance around the fire to stay warm.|