Warsaw Caves

Warsaw Caves Conservation Area is a favourite spot of mine. We’ve been coming here for as long as I’ve lived in the area. This time we had the entire place to ourselves. The caves themselves are quite small, but fun to explore if you like getting dirty – which on this particular day I did…

Warsaw Conservation Area

Just over 2 weeks ago, I took the day off work to spend time with my wife. We did something we hardly ever do anymore… We went hiking. We ended up at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area, about 25 minutes east of Peterborough. I lugged along the Pentax 6×7 and a roll of Kodak Tri-X. Below…

Edge of Ice

When I was at Warsaw Caves last weekend, I spent a bit of time focusing on a certain ice formation. I tried to capture it from a couple different angles and at one point was lying on my belly, foot in the water, camera resting on the ice trying to get a very low perspective…

Warsaw Caves in Winter

Last Saturday morning, our camera club ventured out into the cold to Warsaw Caves, just north-east of Peterborough, ON. It’s a place I’ve been to many times, and love going in the winter, especially for photography. I’ve always thought that it was a difficult place to do photography, as there aren’t really any big open…

Camping at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area

Last weekend, a couple close friends and I went camping at Warsaw Caves Conservation Area near Peterborough. We spent a better part of the afternoon hiking around and shooting some photos. Sadly, we didn’t actually make it to the caves themselves… maybe next time. Check out my buddy Mike’s blog post on the same trip…

Photo of the Week: Week 3

This weeks photo is actually from my outing with my camera club last weekend. This was the very last shot before my batteries quit on me. While a bit blurry (due to the slight breeze), I think it turned out well. The background is just as interesting to look at as the main subject. The…