Summer long weekends are ideal for brief day trips. For years, I wanted to get back to Collingwood harbour. Once a freight terminus and shipbuilding centre, this charming Georgian Bay town is now a playground community. Still, for all the sights and sounds of the town, turning to Lake Huron brings the thrill. Huron Shores captivates, perhaps even more on a cloudy gloomy mid-Summer day in July.
Canada Day 2019 was mostly an overcast day. This July 1st started looking more like November 11th. Armistice Day rather than Dominion Day. But, even under the cover of an overcast skies, the shoreline’s tones offer something to look at and think. Plants hugging the boulders, as if hiding from the restless water. Cold weather keeping the crowds away, was a perfect opportunity to wallow a bit in solitude of Huron Shores.
Film: Fuji Film Superia X-tra 400 / Processed with Unicolor C-41 home processing kit
Camera: Nikon FE / Nikkor 35mm AI 2.8
Processing: Epson V600 Scanner / VueScan Pro / Adobe Lightroom