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 Post subject: Flowerpot Island
PostPosted: Sat Aug 06, 2011 11:40 am 
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Taken on Flowerpot Island, Tobermory Ontario.

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Beautiful shots, the water looks perfect! Would love to see more.

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Nice scenes, Rui


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i love Tobermory did you get any pics of the lighthouse on the other side of the island


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Thanks guys.

@darthkindy, I did take a couple of the light house but I wasn't too happy with them nor did I find the lighthouse on the island very appealing. But I did get some of the light house on Big Tub Harbour.

Here are a few more from the Tobermory area.

Taken on Flowerpot Isand
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Big Tub Harbour Lighthouse taken at sunrise.
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The Grotto. Taken at Bruce Peninsula National Park
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This is one of many shipwrecks in the area called the Sweepstakes.
SWEEPSTAKES (,schooner)

Built: Burlington, Ontario, 1867

Length: 36.3 m (119 ft)

Depth: maximum depth 7 m (20 ft)

This two-masted schooner was damaged off Cove Island then towed to Big Tub Harbour where she sank in September, 1885. The hull is still intact, with the windlass and a portion of the how rail still in place. For both conservation and safety, penetration of the wreck is not permitted. One of the most popular wrecks in the park. It is visited by divers, snorkellers and tour boat passengers
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