- Southern Ontario wilderness,
- Canadian nature and wildlife,
- Ontario art and photography,
- Ontario countryside,
- Landscape photography,
- Regional photography,
- Canadian travel
A Glimpse of Southern Ontario Outdoors
In this stunning photographic collection, Andy Hain turns his eye to the charming beauty of Southern Ontario, arousing readers’ senses with the sights, sounds, textures, colours, and peaceful tranquility of this region. Andy’s collection focuses on Ontario’s serene wilderness, inviting readers to explore driftwood washed ashore on sandy beaches, delight in flowing waterfalls, gaze at rustic barns and bridges, and see the people, activities, and animals that make this area such a peaceful escape. With more than 125 photographs of Southern Ontario, this book is sure to inspire a sense of calm discovery, transporting readers into the most soothing mindset that only nature can provide. It will make a beautiful memento for visitors to the region or an inspiring coffee table read, especially for Canadian nature enthusiasts.
Andy Hain is an outdoors enthusiast, avid hiker, and talented photographer with an eye for capturing nature’s tranquil beauty. His love of Southern Ontario’s countryside began as a child, and since then, he has spent countless hours enjoying the peace and quiet of the province’s majestic parks and trails. As a photographer, Andy aims to take nature lovers on a relaxing journey where everyday stress melts away. Nothing would make him happier than a reader getting lost in a daydream of strolling right into one of his photographs. A Glimpse of Southern Ontario Outdoors is Andy’s first photographic collection. He has one son with his late wife, who lost her battle with cancer in 2014. He lives in Burlington ON with his son. Charles Hain kindly provided expressive sentiments and reflections that thoughtfully adds a dimension to the images in this collection. Charles appreciates the outdoors and has logged thousands of kilometers on both road- and mountain-bikes in Delaware, British Colombia, Quebec, and Ontario and has a bucket list goal of somehow riding at least 200 kms in every Canadian province and territory. When not on one of his bicycles, Charles cooks professionally, performs wedding ceremonies and sits on the volunteer board of a long-term care home. Charles lives in Toronto with his wife and ever more ancient cat, Chimo.
- Andy Hain