Earlier this month I was in Algonquin Park in Ontario. There we went for day hikes and went kayaking off Lake Opeongo. On a day when the stream was totally smooth, we saw reflections so clear that you couldn’t, at first, tell where the water and land began or ended. Fabulous designs were formed from these symmetries.
I had just learned about the death of my aunt, Thelma Edelstein, a wonderful woman who lived life fully, and I thought of her often in this setting of beauty. Here’s two of the photos I took from the kayak.