High above Bear Lake in Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario Canada

This panoramic image was taken high above Bear Lake in the newly expanded Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario Canada in July of 2011. From this vantage point you can see a large portion of the lake and several islands. The white peaks and cliffs of the La Cloche Mountains can be seen to the south.  No idea who placed, or maintains the White Birch cross located in this image, but we keep our distance and made sure it was not disturbed.

Copyright: Richard D. Stack
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12784x6392
Taken: 22/07/2011
Uploaded: 16/08/2011
Actualizat: 22/03/2015


Tags: killarney provincial park; ontario; canada; camping; fishing; hunting; photography
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