The York River flows through a narrow chute in Egan Chute Provincial Park. The water moves very fast and is very loud.
We stopped by the park in Bancroft for another visit. Conditions weren’t great for photos of the river so I found an Aster on the riverbank instead.
An unplanned side trip brought us to this waterfall. We found an immense amount of water moving between two lakes and a blue heron looking for dinner.
The area around Ragged Falls demonstrates both the peaceful tranquility and raw power of nature.
This little park on the road to Algonquin is an amazing place to capture the fall colours. The photographers were thicker than mosquitoes the day we visited.