Mark Clairmont |

MUSKOKA — How do you describe Muskoka’s cavalcade of colours?

That’s Alex Smyth’s job for AMI TV.

A host of Postcards From …, he’s in Muskoka this week putting in to words the iconic beauty of the Canadian landscape best captured by the Group of Seven.

While tens of thousands of tourists will be driven this next month to take selfies of fall’s splendorous red maples, dappled with orange leaves — and set against green tree and blue lakes — Smyth and his camera crew are capturing it in words and sounds.

Bringing it all to life for visually-challenged viewers of Accessible Media Inc.

Producer Amit Tandon, sound engineer Alex Hennessy and videographer Sergio Vera-Barahona were at the Muskoka Wharf this afternoon for their segment on Gravenhurst, which of course included a trip on the Wenonah II.

They’ll also be filming segments for their popular show in Bracebridge and Huntsville.

Smyth said the show could air late this fall or early in winter.

All the shows are available to stream at AMI TV.

AMI TV host Alex Smyth shot a segment at the Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst this afternoon for the popular ‘Postcards From …’ show, which always includes a lot of humour. Watch for it this fall or winter and in regular repeats on your cable TV channel.
Sound engineer Alex Hennessy and videographer Sergio Vera-Barahona and the AMI crew are in Muskoka for eight days including Bracebridge and Huntsville. They weren’t the only ones capturing Muskoka’s colours with their camera.


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