Montreal: Jacques Cartier monument

Montreal: Basilique Notre-Dame

Montreal: View over the Saint-Laurent to the Biosphere

Montreal: Pont Jacques-Cartier

Montreal: Harbour skyline

Montreal: Parc du Bassin-Bonsecours with Marche Bonsecours and Chapelle Notre-Dame du Bonsecours in the back

Montreal: Chapelle Notre-Dame du Bonsecours (view from Vieux-Port)

Montreal: Hotel de Ville (view from Place Jacques-Cartier)

Montreal: Half-timbered house in the middle of Montreal (and I thought only we in Germany have half-timbered houses ...)

Montreal: Skyline (view from Mont Royale in East direction)

Montreal: Skyline (view from Mont Royale in North-East direction)

Montreal: Skyline (close-up view from Mont Royale in North-East direction)

Montreal: Skyline (view from Mont Royale in North direction)

Montreal: McGill University and Montreal skyline in the back

Montreal: Skyline (with Rue Notre-Dame, I think, from Pont Jacques-Cartier)

Montreal: Pont Jacques-Cartier

Montreal: Le Stade Olympique (view from Pont Jacques-Cartier)

Montreal: Skyline (view from Pont Jacques-Cartier)

Montreal: Skyline (view from Pont Jacques-Cartier at Ile-Sainte-Helene)

Montreal: Biosphere on Ile-Sainte-Helene

Ottawa: Ottawa River (view from Nepean Point in Ottawa in West direction)

Ottawa: Locks towards Ottawa River

Ottawa: Parliament - East Block (view from Locks)

Ottawa: Chateau Laurier in Ottawa

Ottawa: Parliament - East Block (view from Wellington Street)

Ottawa: Parliament - Peace Tower

Ottawa: Parliament - West Block

Ottawa: Confederation Building

Ottawa: Bank of Canada and some parliament building (1)

Ottawa: Bank of Canada and some parliament building (2)

Ottawa: There's some restaurant up there in the 26th floor

This is somewhere in the middle of nowhere (somewhere between Ottawa and Petawawa)

Whitney: Some lake

Whitney: The same "some lake"

Whitney: The cabin where I spent the night in Whitney

Whitney: Now what: "no name" or "Russell's"?

Algonquin Logging Museum: Camboose camp

Algonquin Logging Museum: Camboose camp interieur

Algonquin Logging Museum: Original wood on the right, final timber on the left

Algonquin Logging Museum: Horses in the back power the jammer to lift log up onto the log sleigh

Algonquin Logging Museum: Tanker sleigh with barrel for re-filling

Algonquin Logging Museum: Patent plow to clear the haul roads

Algonquin Logging Museum: Barrienger brake to control descent of a fully loaded log sleigh

Algonquin Logging Museum: Horse-powered cadge crib

Algonquin Logging Museum: An "alligator"

Algonquin Logging Museum: Dam and log chute

Algonquin Logging Museum: Dam and log chute (yes, it *was* foggy that day!)

Algonquin Logging Museum: Truck used to pull log sleighs

Algonquin Logging Museum: Mechanical skidder to replace horses

Algonquin Logging Museum: Railway for transporing log out of Algonquin Park

Algonquin Logging Museum: Another truck

Algonquin Park: One of those nice lakes (you'll see more later on, believe me!)

Algonquin Park: Canoeing seems to be fun in Canada

Algonquin Park: Nice reflection (there are others to come later on as well)

Algonquin Park: A gull while doing some presentation for me

Algonquin Park: As I didn't have food, it didn't come closer ... hum

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - According to the signs, there should be a beaver lodge somewhere, but I saw no beaver

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - Beaver meadow and pond

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - Some more beaver meadow and pond

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - The colour of Indian Summer

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - Beaver-made lake

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - I promised you more reflections

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - It was really nice there ...

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - ... really nice!

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - Beaver meadow and pond from the top

Algonquin Park: Beaver Pond Trail - Did I mention the Indian Summer?

Algonquin Park: View over part of the part from a tourist center

Algonquin Park: Lookout Trail - There *is* something important on this photo!

Algonquin Park: Lookout Trail - Why do they always want to hide?

Algonquin Park: Two Rivers Trail - Canoeing really seems to be fun on those lakes

Algonquin Park: Two Rivers Trail - Nice shore!

Algonquin Park: Peck Lake Trail - Another picture of the Indian Summer

Algonquin Park: Peck Lake Trail - It's not yet getting dark, it's just shot against the sun

Algonquin Park: Peck Lake Trail - Nice ...

Algonquin Park: Peck Lake Trail - ... nice ...

Algonquin Park: Peck Lake Trail - ... nice!

Algonquin Park: Peck Lake Trail - Look at this reflection!

Algonquin Park: Hardwood Lookout Trail - Yes, I got carried away with all those lakes and the colour of the threes!

Algonquin Park: Now it's getting darker

Algonquin Park: Pity the colour doesn't appear that wonderful as it did in reality

Muskoka Lakes: Even the smallest island does have a cabin on it!

Midland: Huron Museum - Lighthouse lense

Midland: Huron Museum - One of the first computers in that area

Midland: Huron Museum - Foundation stone from Old Fort Ste. Marie

Midland: Huron Village - Entrance with grain fields to the left and right

Midland: Huron Village - Huron longhouse

Midland: Huron Village - See, the indians marked where they should put their canoes ... very tidy people!

Midland: Huron Village - A bowling alley ... and no, this is NO joke, the game was called "duck on a stone"

Midland: Huron Village - The village cemetery (again no joke!)

Midland: A squirrel, trying to fool me

Midland: A squirrel, later on having managed to fool me

Midland: A gull, posing in front of my camera ...

Midland: ... and performing some stunts for me

Midland: Wye Marsh - Trompeter swan, pretending to be sleeping

Midland: Wye Marsh - Canada geese

Midland: Wye Marsh - It took me over 5 minutes to decoy this chipmunk ...

Midland: Wye Marsh - ... but it was worth it.

Midland: Wye Marsh - Then this blue jay chased it away ...

Midland: Wye Marsh - ... which isn't too bad, so I was able to take a picture of it as well.

Midland: Wye Marsh - Some toad ...

Midland: Wye Marsh - ... being angry because I almost trod it!

Midland: Wye Marsh - Again a funny chipmunk

Midland: Wye Marsh - Chipmunk ...

Midland: Wye Marsh - ... I got you!

Midland: Sainte-Marie among the Hurons - Over 300 year old original stonework of the mission station

Midland: Sainte-Marie among the Hurons - Locked waterway (1)

Midland: Sainte-Marie among the Hurons - Locked waterway (2)

Midland: Sainte-Marie among the Hurons - Church of St. Joseph

Midland: Sainte-Marie among the Hurons - Christian longhouse

Midland: Sainte-Marie among the Hurons - View from Non-Christian part to Christian part

Tobermory: View to Georgian Bay

Tobermory: Big Tub Lighthouse

Tobermory: "Shore"

Tobermory: I like lighthouses and I like them even more if it's fine weather!

Dorcas Bay: Singing Sands

Kitchener-Waterloo: Farmer's Market ... of course closed when I visit it!

Kitchener-Waterloo: Farmer's Market parking lot for the horse coaches

Kitchener-Waterloo: Some Mennonite plowing

Queen Elizabeth Way near Hamilton: In the far distance you can see ... yes, Toronto!

Queen Elizabeth Way near Hamilton: Canada geese browsing next to the street

St. Catharines: Welland Canal ... ship approaching

St. Catharines: Welland Canal ... a U.S. Coast Guard ship

Niagara-on-the-Lake: Fort George - main blockhouses

Niagara-on-the-Lake: Fort George - view from the Octagonal blockhouse over the fort

Niagara-on-the-Lake: View over the Niagara River to the Fort Niagara on the U.S. side

Niagara-on-the-Lake: Fort Niagara and a sailing boat coming in

Niagara-on-the-Lake: You'll find a clock tower in almost every city

Niagara-on-the-Lake: Fort Niagara in the sunset

Niagara-on-the-Lake: Horborfront of Toronto in the sunset ... cool!

Niagara Falls: Horseshoe Falls from the Minolta Tower

Niagara Falls: American Falls from the Minolta Tower

Niagara Falls: Horseshoe Falls - Impressive!

Niagara Falls: Horseshoe Falls

Niagara Falls: Horseshoe Falls - Yes, I wanted to take a bath there, but then I saw the sign "Danger" which made me think a bit.

Niagara Falls: I'm quite certain the people on this boat got more wet than I got.

Niagara Falls: American Falls - On the rock in the bottom left part of the picture, there are lots of funny birds. I have no idea what kind of bird they are, however.

Niagara Falls: American Falls on the left and Horseshoe Falls on the right

Niagara Falls: Niagara Rapids (1)

Niagara Falls: Niagara Rapids (2)

Niagara Falls: Niagara Whirlpool - Less impressive than I hoped.

Niagara Falls: Power plant ... impressive again.

Niagara-on-the-Lake: Fort Henry ... if you've been to Fort George before, forget about Fort Henry!

Toronto: Finally!

Toronto: Flatiron Building (Gooderham Building) - a "must-have" in a Toronto picture gallery ;-)

Toronto: And here he is ... CN Tower, the world's tallest free-standing structure!

Toronto: The Look Out in 346 m, the Sky Pod in 447 m and the antenna top in 553 m.

Toronto: View over Toronto downtown from the Look Out of the CN Tower

Toronto: View over the outer districts of Toronto from the Look Out of the CN Tower

Toronto: View from the Sky Pod downwards to the Look Out (bottom right) and the Sky Dome (the big white stadium)

Toronto: See the small church in the middle of the picture right to the Roy Thomson Hall?

Toronto: Another 'must-have': me standing on the glass floor of the Look Out :-)

Toronto: The New City Hall

Toronto: Once more the harborfront of Toronto

Kingston: Marine Museum of the Great Lakes

Kingston: Steam engine of the Canadian Pacific

Kingston: City Hall, a bit over-size, but Kingston thought they'd get capital of Canada, but then Ottawa made the race, bad luck!

Cornwall: Church no. 1 (Trinity Church)

Cornwall: Church no. 2 (St. Columban Catholic Church from the back)

Cornwall: Church no. 3 (Weslayan Community Church)

Cornwall: Church no. 4 (St. John's Presbyterian Church). There are much more, this is just a selection!