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Prisoner Cove [3]
Canada

Prisoner Cove is located in Neys Provincial Park near Terrace Bay, Ontario, site of a former prisoner of war camp during World War II.  Lake Superior is my childhood ocean, the coastline always feels clean & refreshing whenever I visit.  A cool breeze & shorelines void of people are common, a mixture of beaches & rocky coastlines.  During winter the storms across the lake are among the worst in the world, to which the lake is home to thousands of shipwrecks spanning back to the Fur Trading days.  The Great Lakes as a whole have an estimation of 6,000 - 30,000 shipwrecks w/ several underwater shipwreck preserves established (at least on the Michigan side).  During the summertime the weather is pleasant & whenever I visit (though this was my first visit to the Canadian side), I try to spend a few hours in the water & sand.  Out in the distance one can see the Slate Islands, site of the world's largest shatter cone.

Copyright: William L
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Taken: 31/08/2017
Uploaded: 31/08/2017
Updated: 06/01/2019
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Tags: lake superior; neys provincial park; beach; ontario; slate islands; prisoner cove; great lakes; canadian shield
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