Andrew, Thousand Islanders on both sides of the border have by now seen — and been impressed with —- your beautiful images of this region. What was your "I'm going to do this, moment?"
I met Shawn this past December, when he entered our TI Life Photo Contest. Luckily for me, Shawn sent far too many photos to enter ... I had better find out more about this photographer,” I said.
This year 83 images were submitted, from which a Gold, Silver, and Bronze winner was selected ... and the winners are...
At the outset Lyne and I were tasked with selecting 10 images for the distinction of "Honorable Mention".
November is here, which means it is time for TI Life's 9th Annual Photo Contest.
It started with a phone call from a name I recognized, Gretchen Huntley, but someone I had never met and it took me on a path of discovery...
Comet NEOWISE has put on a dazzling display for skywatchers... JJim Montanus Thoughts and Photographs...
To come back or not to come back? That is the Question...Patrick Metcalf's poetry to make you smile... Remembering Dennis Brennan and Hans C. Wahl...
Those who take the time to look beyond nature’s more gaudy displays will be rewarded with an even greater appreciation...
Here from my island home in the Admiralty Group, are a few of the small-scale items and curiosities, that are easy to overlook,
News, Photographs, Water levels Petition and Lorraine Payette - all featured for our February issue.
I am drawn to simplicity in a photograph, and the use of negative space is a great way to accomplish that.
It’s a treat for me to be able to revisit the River through so many others’ eyes, seeing their corners of paradise.
What’s more fun than getting a great Christmas present? Getting two of them. And that’s what this month’s continuation of our 8th annual Ph
What’s more fun than getting a great Christmas present? Getting THREE of them now. That's what this month’s continuation of our 8th annual
It’s time for our 8th Annual Photo Contest and an opportunity for you to bring 1000 Islanders back to the River, by sharing your three best images
The Gar Wood Speedster race took the competitors over part of the Chippewa Yacht Club’s 1905 Gold Cup course. Spectators gathered in a flotilla off the front of Oak Island. Other guests enjoyed the event from nearby Owatonna, Rob Roy and Ojibway Islands.
I knew immediately there was a stunning photograph to be had here, but there were challenges to be overcome.