Why This Canoe Trip Was Magical [video, photography]

One of the best things about living in Muskoka is the access to wilderness places. It’s pretty awesome to be in the backcountry within 30 minutes from our nest. There is a place that we have been going to since we moved to the area just over a year ago, and on Friday we decided to take off after work for an overnight canoe trip.

My backyard, Wild Muskoka
My backyard, Wild Muskoka

Lake monster.
Wild Muskoka.
The best things in life really are free!

The stars aligned for me, literally, on Friday night. With a huge expanse of sky, I was able to make some pretty great shots from our campsite. Magic happened. I was so inspired by the beautiful moonlight, that I stayed up for hours photographing the sky and my surroundings. Wild Muskoka.

Moonlight.
Moonlight.
Moonlight.

Contemplating. My absolute favourite photo of the night!
Painting with light.

Fire and oak.
The bear claw.

Video:

And, here’s a little video I threw together of our overnight trip. Hope you enjoy it!

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Kimbo says:

    Cobi, I soooo enjoy that immensely!! Those pic’s of the night are WOW!! I love seeing you, “B” and Banjo enjoying life!

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  2. Trip Douglas says:

    AMAZING photos and video! Well done. I think fire and oak is my favourite.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    well, that looked like fun. starry night, great company and you guys are very fortunate to live where you do so that this is all at your back door. Jealous here…well, kinda. It’s pretty nice here too 🙂

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