The spectacular photography of Andrew H. Robertson highlighting classic Muskoka watercraft in all it’s pride and glory will be presented at the Bent Rudder Cafe at Dukes in Port Carling, Ontario from Septemeber 22nd to 28th, 2012.

“Vintage Pride is a series of fine art photographs that explores the linear and visual beauty that exists within the design of antique boats that were created in, and exist to this day in Muskoka.” – Andrew H. Robertson

Here are just a few examples of Andrew’s amazing work – The images speak for themselves…


You can see more of Andrew H. Roberston’s photography by Clicking Here, or if you are in the southern Ontario area – or Muskoka Lakes region in September, plan to stop by the Bent Rudder Cafe in Port Carling.

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Bent Rudder Cafe – Dukes in Port Carling, Ontario

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3 Responses to “Vintage Pride – Images by Andrew H. Robertson”
  1. Leatherneck

    Hey, I like your banner pic! Not Mine belongs to our next-door neighbors Rex and Becky, and inspired us to buy her slightly older sister Bay Lady. Both are beautiful boats. I’m not used to seeing Not Mine with a bone in her teeth, as Rex is a very polite boater when he idles in and out of Balls Creek.

    Waiting for our Sons of Varnish T-shirts, we are

    Tom & Jane

  2. Alex

    That’s some cool picture taking! Love the black backgrounds setting off the images.

    Also love the name “Bent Rudder Cafe.” With the ridiculously low water in the Great Lakes this fall, I’m surprised hundreds of Bent Prop Cafes haven’t sprung up on our shores. Better yet, Bent Prop Bars, so boaters could drown their sorrows from being out of commission.

  3. RiverRat

    Beautiful Images, makes you want to see them in person, the only way to get a better look. Since I am not near the water today I think I will metaphorically bend my prop with a few beers.