Sheri Minardi

Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Sheri Minardi is a retired teacher from the Algoma District School Board. Along with a love of teaching, Sheri has a passion for photography. Sheri Minardi Photography captures the magnificent Algoma region through her lens. She loves to set out on adventures to capture wildlife, landscape and still life images. She also does commercial and lifestyle photography. She is a member of the Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie, the Art Gallery of Algoma, a committee member of the Sylvan Circle Tour, and the admin of Photographers of Northern Ontario and Trading Post for Photographers on Facebook. Sheri is a freelance photographer and writer. To see more of her work, visit Sheri is also on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, 500px, ViewBug, Flickr, Google+, and Wordpress.

More Articles By Sheri Minardi

Robertson Cliffs

A Spectacular View in Autumn

7 Places to Kayak on St. Joseph Island

Remote inland lakes to bustling township marinas, 7 places to kayak on St. Joseph Island.

Photographing the Northern Lights

Learn pro photography tips to capture this bucket list experiences in the skies.

Aubrey Falls

Retrace Tom Thomson’s Canvas

Birding in Algoma

Everything you need to know before you go

St. Joseph Island Fauna

Why Photographers Love the Island

Whitefish island

A Rich Cultural Site for Over 2000 Years

A Trip into the Past

With the Mennonites of Algoma

Pukaskwa National Park

A Must-Visit for Paddling & Hiking

Snowshoeing in Algoma

Enjoy a 4,000-Year-Old Mode of Transportation

Gargantua Harbour and Warp Bay

Lake Superior Provincial Park Never Disappoints

Have You Hiked Orphan Lake Trail Yet?

Cedar Groves, Pebble Beaches & Waterfall Views Along Lake Superior

Kayaking: One with Nature

Explore the lakes of Algoma East and Algoma North

Sylvan Circle Tour

A Must Do Fall Artisan Tour

Exploring Algoma, Ontario's Famous Ice Caves

The ice caves along the shores of Lake Superior are a must-see.

10 Unbelievable Photos of the Winter Ice Caves on Lake Superior

One of the world's most scenic (and awe-inspiring) attractions is right here in Canada.

The Kensington Conservancy

Explore these new hiking trails in Desbarats.