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Maple Trees

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Looking up at maple trees. Still waiting for all the leaves.
Looking up at maple trees. Still waiting for all the leaves.

General Attributes (Click an attribute to find more related items)

Family:Aceraceae
Genus:Acer
Genus:Maple
Photo Year:2009

Location Attributes (Click on location to find more related items)

City:Barrie
Country:Canada
County:Simcoe County
State/Province:Ontario
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This photo show two plaques erected along Kempenfelt Bay.  These plaques are dedicated to Steamboat J.C. Morrison and the 'Sir John Colborne'.
Steamboating Plaques along shore of Kempenfelt Bay

This photo show two plaques erected along Kempenfelt Bay. These plaques are dedicated to Steamboat J.C. Morrison and the 'Sir John Colborne'.

Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Simcoe County, 2016, Kemfenfelt Bay, Ontario,
In these galleries:Boats, Information Signs, Lakes, Memorials, Plaques, Shorelines

A photo of a memorial plaque erected along the shores Lake Simcoe at Kempenfelt Bay in Barrie. Honour Joseph C. Morrison, who was president of the Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Railroad Union Company.  Depicts an illustration of a sidewheel paddle vessel build in 1854.  In 1857 the steamboat took fire and sank.
Steamboat J.C. Morrison Memorial Plaque - Barrie

A photo of a memorial plaque erected along the shores Lake Simcoe at Kempenfelt Bay in Barrie. Honour Joseph C. Morrison, who was president of the Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Railroad Union Company. Depicts an illustration of a sidewheel paddle vessel build in 1854. In 1857 the steamboat took fire and sank.

Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Simcoe County, 2016, Kemfenfelt Bay, Ontario,
In these galleries:Boats, Information Signs, Memorials, Plaques
Photo Specific Links:Ontario Heritage Foundation
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A photo taken in October 2015, in a Simcoe County Forest in the south end of Barrie Ontario.  Shows fall colours of red, orange and yellow.
Simcoe County Forest - Fall Colours Barrie

A photo taken in October 2015, in a Simcoe County Forest in the south end of Barrie Ontario. Shows fall colours of red, orange and yellow.

Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Simcoe County, 2015, Ontario,
In these galleries:Fall Colours, Forests, Trees

Photo of early winter sunset in January, just off Dunlop Street in Barrie.  Looking west on Kempenfelt Bay portion of Lake Simcoe.
Lake Simcoe - Winter Sunset

Photo of early winter sunset in January, just off Dunlop Street in Barrie. Looking west on Kempenfelt Bay portion of Lake Simcoe.

Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Simcoe County, 2014, Dunlop Street, Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, Ontario,
In these galleries:Bays, Lakes, Sky, Skylines, Sunsets, The Evening, Winter

Photo of a January sunset at 5pm. Looking west on Dunlop Street in Barrie Ontario, along Kempenfelt Bay and Lake Simcoe. Downtown Barrie can be seen along the street.
Dunlop Street Barrie - Colorful Winter Sunset

Photo of a January sunset at 5pm. Looking west on Dunlop Street in Barrie Ontario, along Kempenfelt Bay and Lake Simcoe. Downtown Barrie can be seen along the street.

Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Simcoe County, 2014, Dunlop Street, Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, Ontario,
In these galleries:Bays, Lakes, Main Streets, Sky, Skylines, Sunsets, The Evening, Winter

Scenic view of Barrie from the parking lot of Lowes Store.
Approaching Storm in Barrie

Scenic view of Barrie from the parking lot of Lowes Store.

Photo Attributes:Lowe's, Barrie, Canada, 2009, Ontario,
In these galleries:City Views, Scenic, Sky, Skylines, Weather

Welcome sign for Barrie Ontario.  Taken on highway 400, near the Duckworth exit.
Barrie Welcome Sign on Highway 400 South

Welcome sign for Barrie Ontario. Taken on highway 400, near the Duckworth exit.

Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Simcoe County, Simcoe County, 2011, Ontario,
In these galleries:City Entrance Signs, Signs

Photo of female Mallard in Minominee Lake in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada
Female Mallard in Muskoka

Photo of female Mallard in Minominee Lake in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada

Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Simcoe County, Anatidae, Anas, Muskoka, 2009, Mallard, Anas platyrhynchos, Ontario,
In these galleries:Animals, Birds, Ducks
Photo Specific Links:Menominee Lake Fat Sheet (pdf)
Information of Menominee Lake from the Lakes of Muskoka web site.



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Related Links

Aceraceae Links:Aceraceae - at Idaho State University.
From site: Maples are deciduous trees or shrubs. They have opposite leaves; palmately lobed simple or pinnately compound leaves. Flowers are seen with cymes, panicles, or corymbs; plants monoecious or dioecious; flowers regular not showy; sepals 4-5; petals 4-5 or none; stamens 4-10, mostly 8 inserted exterior to a glandular disc; pistil of 2 carpels; styles 1 or 2; 2 stigmas; superior ovary; fruit a double samara (with 2 wings)
Aceraceae at Wikipadia
from site: Asteraceae or Compositae (commonly referred to as the aster, daisy, or sunflower family), are an exceedingly large and widespread family of Angiospermae.
Aceraceae Family - at wikipedia
from site: Aceraceae is a family of flowering plants also called the Maple Family. It contains two to four genera, depending upon the circumscription, of some 120 species of trees and shrubs. A common characteristic is that the leaves are opposite, and the fruit a schizocarp
Barrie Links:City of Barrie Web Site
Official web site for The Corporation of the City of Barrie.
Canada Links:Canada - Wikipedia
Government of Canada Site
Official web site for the Government of Canada.
Maple Links:All About Maple Trees - Web Site
from site: The maple is one of North America's most versatile and best-loved deciduous trees. Depending on the variety, maples are used for rough construction or in the making of fine furniture. The sap of sugar maples is the only ingredient in maple syrup, that delicious elixir produced in Ontario, Quebec and New England every spring. Maples are also a major tourist attraction, their breath-taking leaves enchanting visitors to eastern North America every fall.
Maple Tree at Wikipedia
from site: Maples are variously classified in a family of their own, the Aceraceae, or together with the Hippocastanaceae included in the family Sapindaceae. Modern classifications, including the Angiosperm Phylogeny Group system, favour inclusion in Sapindaceae.
Ontario Links:Government of Ontario, Canada
Official Governtment site for the province of Ontario.

Photo Data

Make:NIKON
Model:COOLPIX P6000
DateTime:2012:07:27 21:50:20
Exposure Time:1/210
F:45/10
ISO:64
DateTimeDigitized :2009:05:04 18:07:39
DateTimeOriginal :2009:05:04 18:07:39
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