Mid November isn't usually known for it's warmer days in Canada, but every now and then we do get a nice one. On the Remembrance Day weekend, we had temperatures that went up to 21°C (70°F), so I went up to the Graham Lake Rd. area to see if there was anything interesting along there.

I came across a trail from the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority that led to a dam separating Centre Lake and Graham Lake and spent a few hours hiking and filming. When I got to the lakes, I noticed a weird phenomena, something that I haven't experienced before. The air cooled by about 10 degrees when I reached the lakes, but there were these pockets of hot air that I'd walk into. They'd slowly dissipate, being taken back over by the cooler air coming off of the water, but after a few moments there'd be a slight breeze and the pockets of warm air would return. You could definitely tell that the warmer temperature didn't belong.

It was a great day to be out, there was some beautiful scenery there and it was time well spent discovering a new place on what was probably one of the last nice days of the year for us.

Filmed November 11th, 2012 on my Canon XA10.

Photos: plus.google.com/photos/116335589582347620429/albums/5810179847817750289

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