Sunday, May 11, 2008

Spring Photography In Algonquin Park

Our last couple of weeks have been very busy and exciting, photography enthusiasts filled the Inn. One of our groups came with Michael Reichman of Luminous Landscapes and Pulitzer Prize winning landscape photographer Jack Dykinga, who conducted a photography workshop on the Moose in Algonquin Park. Some other photographers came from Montreal Canada, Ireland, and the USA. They were a super crowd of people and their pictures were exceptional.o get out their with his camera too. To make things even better, the Moose seemed to be very co-operative and turn up most evenings conveniently on the side of Highway 60,
just five minutes before the Park.
Above are some pictures Hope you get a kick out of them and maybe it will inspire you to come stay with us and get some great pictures of your own.

Monday, May 5, 2008

A Time for Moose, Birds, Sunshine, and The Algonquin Park

Well, it seems that it has been a while since I sat down and did an update on current events at the Inn.
The weather has been very changeable lately, however, this week things seem to be looking up. I can tell by the number of drive by guests coming in each day looking for quality accommodations close to the park. We really are just minutes from the Algonquin Provincial Park, and with the price of gasoline these days the Algonquin Inn is very convenient if you want to visit the park several times over a period of days.