Photo Project: Killbear Provincial Park

Photo Project: Killbear Provincial Park

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On a chilly autumn day, I went for a drive with my parents to Killbear Provincial Park, about an hour and a half north of their home in Orillia, Ontario. The park is aptly named – at the entrance a sign warned us of an “active bear” spotted in the dark just days earlier. And though we didn’t see the bear, we saw many people camping – huddling by their fires in winter coats and toques – and trees beginning to change colour. Here are some photos I took of our trip, all taken with my Fujifilm X100s and edited with VSCO.

At Lighthouse Point overlooking Georgian Bay
At Lighthouse Point overlooking Georgian Bay
A happy accident taken on the drive into the park (I was not driving)
A happy accident taken on the drive into the park (I was not driving)
Georgian Bay
Georgian Bay
I don't remember what I was looking at, but it must have been interesting
I don’t remember what I was looking at, but it must have been interesting
The lighthouse and my mother
The lighthouse and my mother
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When not working as a designer, Matt's either reading a book and drinking whiskey or writing a book and drinking coffee.

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