Screaming Heads in Burk's Falls, Ontario, Canada. Sculpture garden by Pater Camani. Astrogeographic position: in the constellation of the two subjective, emotional signs the water sign Cancer indicator for emotional authenticity in art and the highly attractive fire sign Leo indicator for self-expression and the right for personal emotions. Valid for field level 3.
Screaming Heads, Burk's Falls, Ontario, Canada...acres & acres of awesome sculptures and family fun outings!
Screaming Heads - Burk's Falls, Ontario, Canada http://www.flickr.com/photos/christof3/4847630658/
Screaming Heads - Burk's Falls | by christof3...Peter Camani is a Canadian artist and sculptor who has created an unusual residence, castle, and sculpture garden on an old farm near Burk's Falls, Ontario, Canada, which is most commonly known as Screaming Heads.There are more than a hundred “screaming head” sculptures, each one 20 feet in height. Camani says he built his otherworldly creations as a warning about environmental degradation. [Wikipedia]
~~Screaming Heads - Burk's Falls ~ Ontario, Canada. Iv been here! It's absolutely amazing!
Muskoka. 2,500 sq. miles, 8,699 miles of shoreline, 17 historic towns, innumerable waterfalls + lakes (Kahshe Lake, above), Algonquin Prov. Park to the east + Georgian Bay Islands to the west.
Muskoka, Ontario Photograph by Randy Craig, All Canada Photos/Alamy http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2012/#/botw-main-gallery-muskoka_41329_600x450.jpg
Kahshe Lake, Muskoka, Ontario, CANADAhttp://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2012/?source=TopTravBOTW12#/botw-main-gallery-muskoka_41329_600x450.jpg
Muskoka, Canada - a huge area north of Toronto. It includes 1,600 amazing lakes, thundering waterfalls, pure granite cliffs, etc
Muskoka, Ontario. The 2,500-square-mile area includes 8,699 miles of shoreline, 17 historic towns and villages, and innumerable waterfalls and lakes (like Kahshe Lake, above) framed by the peaks of Algonquin Provincial Park to the east and the isles of Georgian Bay Islands National Park to the west. Taboo is located on Lake Muskoka, 1 (of 3) largest lakes in Muskoka.
Muskoka, Ontario Photograph by Randy Craig, All Canada Photos/Alamy Quintessential Cottage Country The 2,500-square-mile area includes 8,699 miles of shoreline, 17 historic towns and villages, and innumerable waterfalls and lakes (like Kahshe Lake, above) framed by the peaks of Algonquin Provincial Park to the east and the isles of Georgian Bay Islands National Park to the west. http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2012/
Muskoka, Canada Muskoka is a huge area in Canada, located north of Toronto. It includes 1,600 amazing lakes, thundering waterfalls, pure granite cliffs, aromatic pine forests and dense maple forests that in fall are shining with golden color … all wrapped in clean and fresh air. Muskoka area is with the size of a small country in Europe, and the most famous place in this area is lake town Muskoka town which is located on the most famous lake in this area, Lake Muskoka.
Speeding Fall: “Since I discovered this road while driving around the Muskoka region of Ontario, Canada, I make sure I can go back any occasion I have to visit this cathedral space made by trees”. (Photo by Alessandro Cancian/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest) http://avaxnews.net/appealing/National_Geographic_Traveler_Photo_Contest_2012.html #avaxnews.net #travel #nation #nature