|Bracebridge, photo by Brian Tapley|
The upside has been some of the most spectacular photos along the rivers and waterfalls of the region.
Thanks to the various photographers who have shared their pictures with us!
|looking downstream at Marsh's Falls. photo by |
|Marsh's Falls, water in motion, photo by Robin Tapley|
|The Hogs' Trough, upriver from Marsh's Falls.|
Photo by Robin Tapley
|another look at the Hogs' Trough, on Oxtongue River, |
photo by Robin Tapley
|floodwater roaring through the woods at the|
Oxtongue River Rapids. photo by Robin Tapley
|Ragged Falls, on the Oxtongue River. Not only does this tiny|
Provincial Park contain 9 separate ecosystems, it is
home to this specatucular Waterfall. Robin Tapley took the
photo -- and he had to rope in and mountaineer down to get it
|About a week after the floodwater hit, at the|
Baysville dam. Nancy Tapley photo.
|Buttermilk Falls, south on Hwy 35. Vic Cork took|
the picture. The water was only one inch from coming over
the top of the dam itself.
|Marsh's Falls. Nancy Tapley's photo.|
|Hunters' Bridge, on the Oxtongue Rapids -- way out there |
beyond the floodwater.
|Taffy and Nancy, at Hunter's Bridge, looking back at |
Tim Drouin, who took this picture
|Bala Falls, Josie McClelland took the picture|
|another look at Bala Falls, photo Josie McClelland|