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Photos: "This is Indian Land"

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My favorite "sign"!
"Signs" of our native heritage
Extendable Bridge (just east of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)

Extendable Bridge (just east of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)

This bridge is about 400 ft long ...

This bridge is about 400 ft long ...

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Sometimes photographs need no words, in my opinion. I wish You enjoyed them! All the very best.

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Mr. Happy (author) from Toronto, Canada on May 01, 2015:

What a nice surprise: someone who knows that bridge. I would not have expected it. Although, I encounter many people up there who are like: "You're here all the way from Toronto? How did You get lost up here?" lol

There are many people from Michigan visiting the northern parts of Ontario because it's closer to You guys than it is to me.

Thank You for the visit and for taking the time to leave a comment.

All the best! : )

DebMartin on May 01, 2015:

The first photo made me, happy, happy. I drive by there on my way north to catch a few fish and just relax. :) Thanks!

Mr. Happy (author) from Toronto, Canada on October 29, 2013:

Thank You for the visit and comment, Moonlake. I am happy You enjoyed the photographs.

All the best!

moonlake from America on October 28, 2013:

Beautiful photos. I enjoyed your hub. Voted up and will share.

Mr. Happy (author) from Toronto, Canada on December 18, 2011:

Greetings Freecampingaussie. That bridge is one of the longest extendable bridges in North America. It did swing a little but it was very sturdy. It is made of thick metal cables. It was quite the experience crossing it though, it is fairly long.

Thank you for dropping by and leaving a comment. Cheers!

Mr. Happy (author) from Toronto, Canada on December 18, 2011:

Thank you for stopping-by Aboutaustralia. I love the forest, wherever that may be and I feel that I am quite lucky to live in Canada where there is still a lot of wilderness. All the best!

freecampingaussie from Southern Spain on December 18, 2011:

Love your photos , they make me want to visit !The bridge looks a bit scary tho.

aboutaustralia from Newcastle, New South Wales on December 18, 2011:

Stunning photos of the countryside and nature in the woods, thanks for sharing your part of the world!

Mr. Happy (author) from Toronto, Canada on July 09, 2011:

Thank you very much for stopping by again Mr. Spirit Whisperer. I am flying-off into the mountains tomorrow morning. I expect I will have some photographs to post in a couple of weeks after I get back.

All the best!

Xavier Nathan from Isle of Man on July 09, 2011:

Some very beautiful photos here. I particularly love the deer in the wood and the roots of the trees look like hands holding on to the ground. I hope you do more hubs like this because a picture can speak a thousand words. Thank you.

Lady Liberty from These United States, Texas on September 23, 2010:

Love it. That bridge is amazing, reminds me of the one in Germany at the bottom of one of Linderhof's castles.

James A Watkins from Chicago on September 23, 2009:

I was just kiddin'! :)

You have to rotate the photos before you put them on HubPages. Like, if they are on your desktop (or whereever) if you put your cursor right over the picture and right clink on it a box of choices comes up (rotate left, rotate right) and that way you can straighten them out before you put them in your Hub Pages capsule.

If you fix them now on your computer, you can edit this Hub, delete the crooked ones and replace them with the rotated ones.

Otherwise, it's kinda artsy this way! :-)

Mr. Happy (author) from Toronto, Canada on September 23, 2009:

Hehe, Mr. James I apologize for the "set-up" of these photos, I am terrible with computers, I do not like them and they know it therefore, every once in a while things do not come out as they should. Thank you for taking the time to look at my work.

James A Watkins from Chicago on September 22, 2009:

Whew! I thought I had eaten some peyote buttons!

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