As autumn transitions to winter, this is an excellent opportunity for you to share your three best images for the rest of the River community to enjoy.
Climbing into my old Lyman outboard at dawn with my dog Luna is a wonderful way to start the day. Amazingly, Luna settles down and does not seem to scare the birds away. . .
I bet you did not know that this man captured the installation of Wolfe Island's Wind Turbines in pictures. I didn't, until Paul sent me to his website. . .
As you know, my love of the River is extremely strong, to the point that I find myself emotional when I sit in front of my computer . . .
The closing date for submissions is December 6th; please send up to three photos to: susansmith@ThousandIslandsLife.com)
A couple of weeks ago, I learned that Lyne Roberge, Ian’s dear wife and best friend, was going to exhibit some of his best works through Artwrk.ca, which is a digital gallery.
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 . . .
Cape Vincent to Texas, to Virginia, and right back to Watertown and, Potsdam NY. Sometimes making a mistake has its advantages and meeting Alan Goldstein is one of them.
One thing Lorne Prosser quickly learned was that, although it is great to be a talented painter, you must also be able to earn a living to support your artistic endeavours.
Take a look and help us track down where in The Thousand Islands these were taken.
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...