Photo Shows


 

Mike Last has photographed some great galleries of Algonquin Park pictures. He's been canoe tripping since the age of seven and has been pursuing photography since 2002.

Mike's Algonquin Park galleries can be found at his website .. www.mikelastphoto.com .. with topics including the Barron Canyon, the Canoe Lake Area and Dayhike Trails.

Check out his online Algonquin Park Photo Galleries here.

 


Around The Park

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North up Pen Lake


Sunset on Shirley Lake


Portage to Big Red Lake


Rocky island on Ryan Lake


Large beetle on a Red Pine




 

"Neelands" has produced a number of photo galleries of his Algonquin Park canoe trips on the Smugmug website.

While they also serve as photo trip-logs, they comprise a wonderful collection of Algonquin Park photos in their own right, starting in 2012 and proceeding to the present.

In addition, each trip's photos can be viewed as a high definition slideshow.




 

In June of 2012, Barry Bridgeford enjoyed a solo 6-day canoe trip to Clydegale Lake. Rather than a conventional trip-log, he compiled a 40-image photo-essay of his get-away ... Solo To Clydegale Lake.

"Amongst the photos' captions are ... "At the north end of Clydegale, this moose was chomping weeds. I had to struggle to keep the wind from blowing me back towards him." ... "Across the south bay I could see a moose feeding, not realizing at the time that two light-coloured wee-ones were just behind their 'Mom'." ... "Arising early, I was able to catch the mist being burned off the swampy bay to the east." ... "By early afternoon, the wind was up again .. but this time with blue sky and puffy white clouds!"

 



 

In July of 2008, Barry Bridgeford and Bill Warren, stayed on Booth Lake for a few days. Twenty-six of the trip's photos comprise a "Flash-driven" slide show .. Farm Lake to Booth Lake and Back.

"The slide show was created using "JAlbum", see ... www.jalbum.net . And, it uses the "BananAlbum skin" ... www.bananalbum.com . To check out the status of your computer regarding Adobe Flash Player, go to http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/about/ . There's a rectangle in the middle of the page that indicates if you have it installed and which version. .




 

In June of 2008, Barry Bridgeford and Bill Warren, took a five day jaunt to Otterslide Lake. Barry has put together some of the trip's photos into a "Flash-driven" slide show .. Canoe Lake to Otterslide Lake and Back.

"Not everyone may have "Adobe Flash Player" installed on their computer. However, after polling the readers of the Algonquin Adventures forum, it was obvious that the vast majority did. The slide show was created using "JAlbum", see ... www.jalbum.net . And, it uses the "BananAlbum skin" ... www.bananalbum.com . To check out the status of your computer regarding Adobe Flash Player, go to http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/about/ . There's a rectangle in the middle of the page that indicates if you have it installed and which version. .




 

From the Canadian Wilderness Trips base camp near Access Point # 1, Brent Vredevoogd (of www.Paddling.net) and his wife Chris headed out on a 5-day canoeing trip. They've placed a photo journal of their trip online.

Check it out at ... www.paddling.net/places/algonquin.

Submitted Wednesday August 24th, 2005 . . . . .





The rest of this section contains sequential presentations (with text) of photographs taken by the host of this site.

Some of these slide shows deal with a theme, while others document a specific canoe trip or hiking trail.




Updated May 21, 2017