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Photo Round Up - April 18

Every week, we share a photo round up of photos that were submitted to us.

We’ll select our favourite as that week’s feature photo.

Let us know which pictures you love and why in the comments!


 
 

Submitted by Cathy Crockford, the following two pictures were captioned with, “The beginning” and “The reward. Boling syrup.” It doesn’t get more Canadian than that! Thanks for sharing, Cathy.

Photo Round Up - April 11

Every week, we share a photo round up of photos that were submitted to us.

We’ll select our favourite as that week’s feature photo.

Let us know which pictures you love and why in the comments!


 
 

The following images were generously shared by Ann Lean. Thanks Ann!

What a beautiful winter wonderland! And her dog, Lucy, is a cutie too.

Photo Round Up - March 29

Every week, we share a photo round up of photos that were submitted to us.

We’ll select our favourite as that week’s feature photo.

Let us know which pictures you love and why in the comments!


 
 
Photo Round Up - March 22 to 28

Every week, we share a photo round up of photos that were submitted to us.

We’ll select our favourite as that week’s feature photo.

Let us know which pictures you love and why in the comments!


 
 
Photo Round Up - March 15 to 21

Every week, we share a photo round up of photos that were submitted to us.

We’ll select our favourite as that week’s feature photo.

Let us know which pictures you love and why in the comments!


 
 

The following images were generously shared by Kathy Finlayson. Kathy shared, “My husband (Chad) and I love to spend time in Fenelon Falls in any season when we go up to the family cottage. We love to have dinner, go shopping, go sightseeing and walk around town and we also enjoy watching the boats go by.

I have submitted two recent photos of the historic movie marquee...that my brother actually had a hand in restoring and have also added a serene photo of the moon during twilight hour from our view from our patio at the cottage at Balsam Lake.” Thanks so much for sharing with us, Kathy!