Yesterday I got my Quarterly Bruce Trail Magazine in the mail. I was pretty happy to receive this one, as this is the issue where my photograph of Webster’s Falls in Dundas was used for the cover image. This is the Winter 2009/2010 edition, and it is distributed to all Bruce Trail Conservacy members.
I also have an image on page 7 of the magazine. The page 7 image is an HDR image taken near Speyside, used for a donation campaign.
This is actually the third Bruce Trail Magazine that has featured some of my work inside – previously I have had images in their spring photo contest and a previous donation drive in the Summer edition.
In a related note, I have been hiking the Bruce Trail with a group of geocachers with the goal of completing the entire 800+ km route by 2017. This year I’ve hiked from the Southern Cairn at Niagara to Hamilton Mountain. Previous years I’ve hiked from Milton to Mulmur. Every time I participate in these hikes, which are typically 20 to 40 km in length, I am always carrying my DSLR, and a couple lenses.