Photographic Collections shared with Thousand Islands Life Magazine
A correction for a 2012 article! Remember Santa is coming to Alex Bay in December. Congratulate Jim Schnauber and enjoy our Photos for 2022, and make sure you enter our December photo contest.
By mid- August, the grain fields on Grindstone Island had changed to a light brown, the grain heads were full with seeds, the stacks were brown, and it was time for the grain harvest . . .
The hardest part of photography is "Making the decision to get out of bed before sunrise!" Good advice from one of the best photographers in the Thousand Islands – Larry Asam, of Grenell Island.
Thank you to everyone who submitted their photos for TI Life’s 10th Annual Photo Contest, it is always a pleasure revisiting the River through your beautiful imagery, especially as we head into the winter months.
It is worth remembering that photography contests are entirely subjective in nature. One judge's winning image is another's honorable mention, and vice versa . . .
It’s hard to believe, but this year marks the 10th anniversary of our annual TI Life Photo Contest. Over the years, the contest has provided a wonderful opportunity for those who are passionate about photography . . .
Read or question about the Border - do you know the answer? Meet Clayton Sunflower Winners, and view some amazing 9/11 footage for a day we will never forget. Also we present some beautiful photographs.
Lots of news this month: Canadian border opens; Poker Run; Web Sites to Explore, Business assistance, and beautiful photographs.
Leaving the River, no matter the season, is never easy for me . . . Then my pal, Brian Hudon, gave me the best of both worlds.
This opening is the best opening ever. The end of 2020, a new year, vaccines, and a chance to see family and friends closer than a distance.
Alan Code says, "I wanted to take all the positive things about Gananoque and share them. . ."
Is the water high? Is the water low? See the water levels plotted by the International Joint Commission on Lake Ontario. Lake St. Lawrence, Lake St. Louis and the Montreal Harbour. Also, see how you can help TI Life.
We look forward to a great summer 2021. Click here to see winter and spring photographs, a summer video and the list of articles.
Marilyn Neulieb poetry, Virtual Save The River Winter Environmental Conference and Toronto Boat Show! Winter photographs... and more
Holiday photographs, Gretchen Huntley's tribute poem, and more...
November is here, which means it is time for TI Life's 9th Annual Photo Contest.
The consensus now is that any critter able to actively slow its metabolism is a hibernator. Actively slowing down sounds like an oxymoron, but let’s not resort to name-calling.
Border, Masks, COVID-19, Ships colliding, Past comments... and lots of stories... Yes, July may be quiet on the River, but lots to tell you about.