As mentioned in a previous post, I toured Killarney Provincial Park in Ontario last October (2017) for 3 very quick days to score some fall color photos. Killarney is located on the northeast side of Lake Huron, and is about an 8-hour drive from Detroit, MI. It was, simply, outstanding. Killarney has a very unique, small, quartzite mountain range.
I did some hiking and I was able to take an aerial photography flight with a friend out of the Gore Bay-Manitoulin Airport on Manitoulin Island. It was a quick 30 minute flight to get over Killarney. Once we did, the colors were just beautiful...just about peak color.
Robby Colwell and the good folks at Gore Bay-Manitoulin Airport were very helpful and provided the very finest in Canadian hospitality. Great day.
I processed 6 out of about 700 photos taken from the flight which are now in the Killarney Provincial Park Gallery. I also did several hikes, shooting about 300 more frames. I'll process more of the Killarney photos later this year.....I'm way behind on processing, still working on my 2016 trips to Utah, Denali NP, and Ontario.
I also was very fortunate to see the northern lights for the first time while camping at Killarney. Gorgeous park and very productive for just 3 days. I'll have to go back.