Nature’s Vertigo

Sure footing’s never a guarantee when exploring the wilderness. Hikers wear thick treaded boots with hard rubber soles that grip the rocks and dirt and gnarled roots underfoot. Nature’s tenacity often overcomes the limitations of our own footwear and a … Continued

Step Into My Wilderness

  It was time to get lost. Lost in the woods amidst the rustling leaves and chorus of waves lapping against the rocky beach. Every year a good friend and I head into the wilderness for a week of camping. … Continued

Our Love of Fading Light

Sunsets resonate in a primordial region of our souls. During a recent backcountry camping trip in Northern Ontario, as each day waned and clouds swallowed the sun’s final breath of light, I found myself enchanted. Sunset photos are in everyone’s … Continued