Backcountry Wanderlust

Now that Autumn is here, I begin to think of camping. I don't think I'll make it this year, but I can think about it... My occasional day hikes have had to fulfill my backcountry wanderlust to a satisfactory degree.

A Sunday Drive Back from a Swimming Pool
I can look at clouds in the sky.

Photos from the Backyard
I can look at Purple Sensation Onion (Allium hollandicum) flowers.

A Hike in Roger's Reservoir Conservation Area
I can look at railway tracks.

A Hike in Roger's Reservoir Conservation Area
I can look at Bracket Fungus (Polyporus).

A Walk in the Neighbourhood Early in the Morning
I can look at a leaf's surface in the rain.

A Walk in the Neighbourhood Early in the Morning
I can look at a beetle on a Queen Anne's Lace flower (wild carrot).

A Walk in the Park
I can look at Sycamore bark.

Walk in the Valley - May 23, 2009
I can look at young Dryad's Saddle fungus.

- Algonquin Park, Pinetree Lake Solo Canoe Trip - September, 2008
I can look at this photo of Algonquin Provincial Park - Pinetree Lake in the early morning mist.

Flowers - Black Eyed Daisies - http://MungoSaysBah.com
I can look at Black Eyed Daisies.

Cheers,

Mungo

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