This campsite at O.S.A lake had a fallen #tree. I wasn't too fond of this tree at first, it was right off the shore of our campsite and made the #water murky, plus it was in the way of my dog playing fetch in the water. But as the sunset and the #sky colours reflected on this tree, I started to appreciate it and remembered the importance of the cycle of #life. This rotten wood would bring nutrients and habitat for its surroundings, that is the beauty in it.
Nigth Sky Canoes
Dusk at OSA
Camped out on O.S.A Lake for a few nights. It truly does have a phenomenal scenery. Tiny islands with tall trees, cast a unique silhouette like image. Playing in harmony with the colours dusk created. Had me enjoying every moment of it.
One of my favourite places to escape into wilderness, where moments become memories. Dusk’s calm subtle light, after the sunset’s grand event gives a moment of peace. Water turns into glass and the wind blows a little lighter.
Reading on a Hammock at OSA Lake
Chilling and Reading on the Hammock
@meghanfeatherstone is deep into reading this summer. I believe she finished this book in just two short canoe trips, with a relaxing space like this, how can you not.
Sunset Lifting The Clouds
After a long paddle to our campsite. We were rewarded with a superb sunset, that lifted the clouds away.