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Algonquin Park, Canada – Wandering Postcard

Algonquin Park, Canada - My Wandering Postcard | My Wandering Voyage travel blog

This week’s Wandering Postcard comes from Joel who snapped this picture of Algonquin Park in Ontario, Canada.

Algonquin is one of the most popular parks in the province and known for its magnificent fall colours, its plethora of lakes, and it’s beauty that inspired the Group of Seven painters.

The provincial park is also one of the oldest in Canada.

Thanks so much to Joel for sending this in!

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Olivia Rutt is the travel writer and photographer behind My Wandering Voyage, a travel website helping working millennials find time to travel. She shares insight in trip planning, travel inspiration and photography tips. Olivia hails from southern Ontario, Canada where she works in the media industry between travels. Follow Olivia on Instagram where she shares her travel photos, or catch up with her on Facebook or Twitter.

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