Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique

I want to go to there.

It was a rather pleasant surprise when Tyler and I stumbled upon this photoesque location last spring. Surrounded by a forest of tall trees planted in perfectly straight lines, only found by veering off of the clean, trimmed path that snakes around it, this truly is a road less traveled and the perfect picture for this week’s challenge.


20 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique

  1. This space suggests an abundance of stories. I would have been tempted to follow the path to find out where it may lead. I like the angle you used to take the photo as it adds an element of intrigue and makes interesting viewing.

    1. Thank you- and oh we followed it, alright! The light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak, wasn’t as exciting as it may look. It led to a country road on the edge of a provincial park. Unfortunately the view from the road looking in wasn’t as exciting as this one. The openness of the road is what provided the light, which wasn’t the case at the other end, which was darkened by surrounding trees.

      I realize that takes all of the mystery out of it though… maybe I should’ve kept my mouth shut!

    1. Thanks! I don’t mind naming the place, it was taken in Port Elgin, Ontario, just on the border of MacGregor Point Provincial Park. Literally just down the road from where we used to live, I was shocked to find such a gem so close to home. Also, a little disappointed in myself that I hadn’t gone exploring and found it sooner!

        1. No problem, depending on where you’re coming from, it might be a bit of a hike. Port Elgin is about 2.5 hours north of Toronto, if you’ll be around that area at all… and might I add if you decide to travel as far as Port Elgin, I would 100% encourage you to travel an extra 1-1.5 hours north into the Bruce Peninsula, where there is a national park. There is a very uniquely awesome overhanging cliff that gives you unbelievable views, and there’s a cool cave (called The Grotto) that is definitely worth checking out. The park has a campground as well, if you’re into camping!

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