• Matthews Island Lighthouse

    The lighthouse is my favourite photographic subject.

  • Matthews Island Lighthouse

    From the Pine Island ferry dock (which doesn't exist anymore although remnants are visible in the water here).

  • Pine on Pine Island

    A nice pine tree on Pine Island. Relatively few are left as the old-growth pine were used for lumber a century ago.

  • Outcrop, Pine Island

    Poking up through some exposed rock is a new fir tree.

  • St Joseph Island (northeast corner)

    This is the northeast corner of St Joseph Island. The notch-like bay at the top is Joque's Bay. At right is the channel that separates St Joseph Island from Drummond Island, Michigan.

  • North Channel

    Looking back to the northeast at the North Channel.

  • St Joseph Island

    The heavily wooded northeasterly portion of St Joseph Island.

  • Richards Landing

    St Joseph Island, Ontario, with Richards Landing in the foreground. You can see the bridge at the upper right, nearly obscured by cloud.

  • Richards Landing

    A close-up. This was my grandmother's home town.

  • Finn's Bay

    The U.S.-Canada border runs down the middle of the broad channel shown here. In the foreground is Sugar Island, Michigan. The small island above that is East Neebish Island, Ontario. Finn's Bay is the bay above that, with the small island in it at far rig…

  • Sugar Island and Michigan mainland

    This is the Michigan mainland just southeast of Sault Ste. Marie.

  • Sault Ste Marie, Michigan

    Soo Michigan.

  • International Bridge, Sault Ste. Marie

    The bridges (rail and highway) linking the twin cities of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (in background), across the St. Mary's River (with shipping canals and the five locks -- four in the USA and one in Canada). The large indus…

  • Pine Island Causeway

    AKA "The Fill".

  • Maskinonge Bay

    Our bay.

  • Marshall's Island

    Marshall's Island and the tip of the Long Point.

  • Landing Gear

    Coming in to land at YAM (Sault Ste. Marie Airport).

  • Marshall's Island

    AKA Blueberry Island.

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