Photo of the Day: Paddling the Severn River, Muskoka, Ontario

David DeFranza (@ddefranza)
Living / Travel
December 13, 2012

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canoe on a lake in the fall photo

credit: Paul Madden/All Canada Photos/Corbis

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The inland canals of the Severn River in Muskoka, Ontario is known for the seasonal cottages that line the shores. Formerly a waterway serving the logging industry in the area, it is now popular for quiet paddling and enjoying foliage. Though the peak color season has passed in Ontario, this photo captures the magic of being on still waters in the middle of autumn.

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