12 Jan

Wharfing Around

It can be a little desolate walking around the Muskoka Wharf in the winter time. The Muskoka Wharf project is part of the $170M rebirth of the 89 acre waterfront in Gravenhurst that features the famous Muskoka Steamships, Grace & Speed Museum, shops and restaurants and many great events such as the Muskoka antique and classic boat show.

In: historic muskoka, in and around muskoka ontario

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  1. Jenn Jilks says:

    ‘Tis a cold, but lovely shot! Pretty quiet at this time of year!

  2. Heather says:

    Still lovely though…

  3. Ed, I just love your photos. The colour saturation, the shading is gorgeous. I went to some of your links to see “how it’s done,” and it sounds like I need more applications before I can try it out. I guess you can’t get by with just Photoshop, eh? Have you ever thought about doing a seminar on HDR? (I know, you’ve probably already done just that!) Anyway, your stuff is great. As always, looking forward to your next post.

  4. Jennie says:

    I really enjoy the Wharf in the winter. We often go for lunch at the Blue Willow and then have a wander around. When it starts warming up in April, the otters play around the docks.

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