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Muskoka > View of the south west shore of Mirror Lake, Lake Muskoka by Peter van North

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Taken by
Peter van North Peter van North
Explore score
1.47 Gigapixels
Date added
Aug 26, 2012
Date taken
Aug 09, 2012

CANON EF 400 f5.6

Manforotto 190 Tripod

Epic Pro Gigapan head

Canon 50D camera

landscape, nature, travel

Mirror Lake is an enlargement of the Indian River which connects Lake Muskoka to Lake Rosseau via the locks at Port Carling. The Indian River flows through the Forman Narrows into Mirror Lake, and reaches its mouth at Lake Muskoka off Hanna Point. Periodically the last remaining lake Steamer, the Segwun and her sister ship the Winona pass though Mirror Lake cruising from Gravenhurst to Lake Rosseau.
On a normal day Mirror Lake is busy with hundreds of watercraft traveling between the lakes and its sheltered bays are popular venues for waterskiing and rowing.
The shoreline is almost entirely occupied by cottages and boathouses as you can see from the image above.
About the image: This Gigapan consists of about 280 individual images. They were taken with a Canon 50D fitted with a Canon EF 400 F5.6 prime lens and processed via ACR and PTGui Pro

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