After a long hiatus, and a couple of trips, I've finally gotten around to writing a blog post.
Kathy and I traveled to Michigan in late September to early October to visit family. I "leveraged" (management consulting-speak) that trip to get over to Killarney Provincial Park for a 3-day whirlwind hiking and photography trip. Killarney is located on the northeast side of Lake Huron, and is about an 8-hour drive from Detroit. It was, simply, outstanding. Killarney contains some of the oldest mountains on the continent, the La Cloche mountains, which are a striking white quartzite, and which rise to about 1000' above the surrounding landscape.
I was able to take a flight and do some open-window aerial photography, and walked several trails. More about that later. I processed one photo today, and I also abstracted it using Topaz Simplify.