Aug 2nd Storm Photos

Photo Credit: Bill Caulfeild-Browne Taken over Big Tub Lighthouse in Tobermory.

Photo Credit: Bill Caulfeild-Browne
Taken over Big Tub Lighthouse in Tobermory.

Photo Credit: Bonnie Ashcroft Taken near Ferndale.

Photo Credit: Bonnie Ashcroft
Taken near Ferndale.

Photo Credit: Bonnie Ashcroft Taken near Ferndale.

Photo Credit: Bonnie Ashcroft
Taken near Ferndale.

Photo Credit: Bonnie Ashcroft Taken near Ferndale.

Photo Credit: Bonnie Ashcroft
Taken near Ferndale.

Photo Credit: Bill Caulfeild-Browne Taken over the Chi-Cheemaun ferry dock in Tobermory.

Photo Credit: Bill Caulfeild-Browne
Taken over the Chi-Cheemaun ferry dock in Tobermory.

Photo Credit: Carly Lowe Taken at Cape Chin North when they were caught in the storm on a bike ride from Cape Chin North to see the Buffalo on the East Road.

Photo Credit: Carly Lowe
Taken at Cape Chin North when they were caught in the storm on a bike ride from Cape Chin North to see the Buffalo on the East Road.

Photo Credit: Carly Lowe Taken at Cape Chin North when they were caught in the storm on a bike ride from Cape Chin North to see the Buffalo on the East Road.

Photo Credit: Carly Lowe
Taken at Cape Chin North when they were caught in the storm on a bike ride from Cape Chin North to see the Buffalo on the East Road.

Photo Credit: Danielle Hebert Taken just south of Tobermory.

Photo Credit: Danielle Hebert
Taken just south of Tobermory.

Photo Credit: Eric Martin Taken at the end of McNeil Street by the Marina in Lion's Head.

Photo Credit: Eric Martin
Taken at the end of McNeil Street by the Marina in Lion’s Head.

Photo Credit: Eric Martin Taken at the end of McNeil Street by the Marina in Lion's Head.

Photo Credit: Eric Martin
Taken at the end of McNeil Street by the Marina in Lion’s Head.

Photo Credit: Eric Martin Taken at the end of McNeil Street by the Marina in Lion's Head.

Photo Credit: Eric Martin
Taken at the end of McNeil Street by the Marina in Lion’s Head.

Photo Credit: Jessie Stevens Taken at Lion's Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The water rose suddenly flooding 4 or 5 horseshoe pits.

Photo Credit: Jessie Stevens
Taken at Lion’s Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The water rose suddenly flooding 4 or 5 horseshoe pits.

Photo Credit: Jessie Stevens Taken at Lion's Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The water rose suddenly flooding 4 or 5 horseshoe pits.

Photo Credit: Jessie Stevens
Taken at Lion’s Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The water rose suddenly flooding 4 or 5 horseshoe pits.

Photo Credit: Mark Hetherington Taken at Boyd's Harbour channel in Stokes Bay. The water rose approx 24" in 15 minutes flooding the dock.

Photo Credit: Mark Hetherington
Taken at Boyd’s Harbour channel in Stokes Bay. The water rose approx 24″ in 15 minutes flooding the dock.

Photo Credit: Mark Hetherington Taken at Boyd's Harbour channel in Stokes Bay. The water rose approx 24" in 15 minutes flooding the dock.

Photo Credit: Mark Hetherington
Taken at Boyd’s Harbour channel in Stokes Bay. The water rose approx 24″ in 15 minutes flooding the dock.

Photo Credit: Mark Hetherington These Easter Island heads stand about 40" high. They held their ground as the water rushed in, rising about 24" in approx. fifteen mins, then stared to recede back out. This photo was taken just after the water stared to recede back out, note the current around them.

Photo Credit: Mark Hetherington
These Easter Island heads stand about 40″ high. They held their ground as the water rushed in, rising about 24″ in approx. fifteen mins, then stared to recede back out. This photo was taken just after the water stared to recede back out, note the current around them.

Photo Credit: Martin Hogarth Taken at the Lion's Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The rising water flooded 4 or 5 pits before everyone took cover and the tournament was cancelled.

Photo Credit: Martin Hogarth
Taken at the Lion’s Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The rising water flooded 4 or 5 pits before everyone took cover and the tournament was cancelled.

Photo Credit: Martin Hogarth Taken at the Lion's Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The rising water flooded 4 or 5 pits before everyone took cover and the tournament was cancelled.

Photo Credit: Martin Hogarth
Taken at the Lion’s Head beach during the annual Horseshoe Tournament. The rising water flooded 4 or 5 pits before everyone took cover and the tournament was cancelled.

Photo Credit: Spencer Zavitz Taken over Miller Lake.

Photo Credit: Spencer Zavitz
Taken over Miller Lake.

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