24 May
2009
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Bracebridge Falls in Muskoka

The Bracebridge Falls is located right downtown in Bracebridge, Ontario.  Bracebridge was the first municipality in Canada to embrace hydro electric power back in 1894. This is the last drop of the north branch of the Muskoka River before it meets up with the south branch.

It was a miserable rainy and cold day when I passed through last weekend. Quite a few people were still exploring, fishing and taking photos. (Canadians are tough!) The Muskoka area has an abundance of waterfalls throughout and I plan to get out and capture a few more.

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In: in and around muskoka ontario, on the water, tripin around towns

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  1. Heather says:

    The water looks rather angry…to match the sky!! It also looks high close to the bridge on the left hand side…

    Water shots always impress me…as I’m a huge fan of water! I don’t swim or boat the way I used to when I was younger but love it just the same!
    Cheers

  2. Beautiful… It was cold!

  3. Jennie says:

    I like the angle for this shot – did you use a wide angle lens. It looks like the water is still over the docks in this photo. The dark sky makes the water look angry.

  4. Ed says:

    Hi Jennie,
    On this photo I was using a Nikon D700 which has a 12MP full frame sensor. It was raining so I was not able to setup my trusty tripod so I worked from a single RAW file instead.
    ed

  5. Scott says:

    Such a great picture! A view that many visitors to the Muskokas may miss on their rush to the cottage.

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