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Muskoka photographers turn the lens on Algonquin Park

Three of some of Muskoka’s most accomplished photographers are set to put on a visual showcase of Canada’s oldest provincial park.

from Feb. 24 until March 11, 2023, the work of local photographers Jane Spencer, Larry Carroll and Richard Mann will be featured as part of The Soul of Algonquin Exhibition at the Chapel Gallery in Bracebridge.

The show is being presented by Muskoka Arts and Crafts and begins with an opening reception on February 24 between 4-7 pm. The free event includes snacks and a bar by donation.

All three exhibitors are accomplished photographic artists living full time in Muskoka, who have spent countless hours and days traversing Algonquin Park over the years, exploring the park’s essence of flora and fauna, from sunrise to sunset and into the starry night sky. They have composed a body of work that reflects the splendor and soul of Algonquin Park through their own creative and imaginative style.

Each journey has resulted in a treasure of reflections capturing the serenity of backcountry forest trails, kayaking rivers, lakes, and streams as well as photographing the majesty of the great creatures, big and small, that inhabit this special and historic place⁠—Canada’s oldest provincial park, Algonquin Provincial Park!

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