You need to check out this absolutely gorgeous sea kayaking short film that was put together from the gang at Kaspi Arial Media. The film follows Christine Utas, one of the instructors from the White Squall Paddling Centre as she paddles through the fog at Killbear Provincial Park. I don’t think I have ever seen Georgian Bay looking so good.
Speaking of paddling films, the Reel Paddling Film Festival is now accepting films in the following categories:
- Best Whitewater Film
- Best Sea Kayaking Film
- Best Canoeing Film
- Best Paddling Documentary
- Best Adventure Travel Paddling Film
- Best Kayak Fishing Film
- Best Instructional Paddling Film
- Best Environmental Paddling Film
- Teva Live Better Stories Amateur/Short Paddling Film
- Best Stand Up Paddling Film
If you are thinking of entering, you had better hurry as the cut-off date is August 31, 2012. You can find all the details on their website.