I have something else from the archives, and also from Algonquin Park. Speaking of which, check out this post from Merry@Syracuse, who was in the Park some weeks ago. That is the first post in a series currently underway by Merry, and the rest can be found on the right hand column; the trails mentioned in these posts are ones I know very well.
This is Canoe Lake on a tranquil, quiet day years ago. It's a big jumping off point for people with canoes, both for serious trips into the interior and for those who just want a day on the lake. There's a nice restaurant here overlooking the water, an outfitter to supply the canoe crowd, a gift shop, and showers for those who have spent a few days in the canoe and on portage trails.
The artist Tom Thomson drowned in this lake in 1917. There's a cairn somewhere on the shores here memorializing him.