So I’ve decided to start a little series on my blog, “Canadian Captures”, showcasing some of Canada’s most beautiful spots that I’ve visited and captured on my own camera. As I’ve developed quite the hobby lately for traveling around Ontario and taking pictures, I thought why not? I will be traveling to Edmonton and Banff next week, and I’ve never been more excited to capture some beautiful content.
So with that said, I’ll be kicking this series off with a cute little town called “Elora”, located just north of Geulph, Ontario. As some of you may know, it was my birthday a couple weekends ago and all I wanted to do on my birthday was escape the madness that the city holds, travel up to the Elora Quarry, float around in a donut floatie and drink some beers. And so we did.
When we pulled up to the entrance of the Quarry, it was packed. There were about 15 cars ahead of us on the side of the road, just in line to get into the parking lot. Something we were not aware of was the admission price. The park charges $6 per person for admittance.
There were many families at this spot, some even who brought their own little BBQ’s to BBQ on the beach part of the Quarry. Hiking around the Quarry resulted in stunning views and all around great nature. I wouldn’t rush to go back, however, would definitely suggest anyone who hasn’t been to go for a fun little getaway.
Peace and Love,