Pine forest with ash tree, Algonquin Provincial Park, Nipissing Township, Ontario, Canada
Algonquin Park was established in 1893, making it the oldest and largest provincial park in Ontario. The park, located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario, covers over 7,500 square kilometers. Algonquin Park is listed as a National Historic Site of Canada. The scenic views are well known to thousands of campers, canoeists, hikers, and general nature goers. But the famous Canadian park is also an essential reserve of thousands of hectares of old-growth forest in eastern North America. Algonquin Park's forest consists of pine, hemlock, yellow birch, and sugar maple trees.
This landscape panoramic photographic print illustrates the beauty of the lush forest with its diversity of flora and fauna - astonishingly beautiful!
© Dan Kosmayer, 2014