Fall Colors on the Oxtongue


Fall Colors around Patterson's Bay on Oxtongue Lake

“To most people Thomson’s country was a monotonous dreary waste, yet…he found it all beautiful: muskeg, burnt and drowned land, log chutes, beaver dams, creeks, wild rivers and placid lakes, wild flowers, northern lights, the flight of wild geese and the changing seasons from spring to summer to autumn.”

A. Y. Jackson, founding member of The Group of Seven

Autumn Foliage 1917, by tom thomson

Autumn Foliage 1917, by Tom Thomson

Marshes Falls on the Oxtongue River

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