Dec 21, 2016

Wow you take good shots. We’re delighted with all the input, but please don’t slow down. We will use them all.


Here are the rules – they must be taken from or near a boat. They must be your shots and free from copyright. Most importantly, they must be wonderful. Send the to us via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and put Photo in the subject line.
This week – eight shots!


First the beautiful sunset shots we promised. Four gorgeous images will help you remember summer and look forward to next year.

Photo 1: This photo was taken last August from our boat, a 26ft Tanzer. We are anchored in Club Island in Georgian Bay. 

Pauline Fitzgerald

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Photo 2: This was taken cruising across Lake Ontario from Oakville to the Welland Canal.
Dean Powers
Hamilton

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Photo 3: a sunset from the Broken Island Group near Bamfield BC taken by Dave Pavlik

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Photo 4: My wife Sheree and I were taking a sunset cruise of San Diego Harbour with this wonderful sunset
Mike Johnson

Oakville Power Squadron

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And now some locks!!


Mike Johnson also sent some nice shots of locking through:


Photo 5: We were taking our boat up the Trent canal and had to share lock #20 Ashburnham with the Peterborough lock tour boat

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Photo 6: Waiting to enter Buckhorn lock #31 of the Trent Canal.


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Thanks for all those, Mike


The next two are from Marc Robic, Captain/Owner Aquaholic 3, Montreal


Photo 7: Aquaholic waiting for the 85' feet guillotine style doors of the Carillon Lock to rise. Carillon Lock is locate about half way between Montreal and Ottawa and is one of the highest single step elevation locks in North America.


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Photo 8: Aquaholic inside Carillon Lock before the 80 foot rise.
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And that’s Photo of the Week. Keep ‘em coming!

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