|This is Georgian Bay, the vast, temperamental body of water
sometimes called the sixth Great Lake. With its spectacular glacier-smoothed
islands of ancient Precambrian rock, its tenacious twisted pines, its wide
beaches of golden sand and its dramatic limestone cliffs, Georgian Bay is one
of Canada's most breathtaking geographic features. Georgian Bay, in text
and photography, captures its many faces and moods.
Written by Judy Ross. Photography by John de Visser. Published by Boston Mills Press, 1992.
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