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When you’re in the mood to escape the busy hustle of your life, one of the last places you might dream about is Ontario’s wilderness. Sure, you’ve probably heard of Algonquin park and Muskoka, for campers and cottage-goers. But there are so many other places in Ontario that are utterly surreal and definitely worth a trip.

Toronto photographer, Derek Chan, took it upon himself to film a time-lapse of breathtaking Ontario views; and they’re so incredibly beautiful that they may change your vacation plans.

The film includes scenes from Killarney Provincial Park, Dyers Bay, Cabot Lighthouse, Flowerpot Island, Grey Highlands, French River, The Grotto, Bustard Islands and Wolfe Island: all beautiful, not-so-well-known places in Ontario.

Chan’s film, “Discovered,” took two months to film and will give you a four-minute look at how stunning Ontario can really be. Plus, each destination in the film is within a four-hour drive from Toronto–so that’s a bonus… for Torontonians at least.

Check out the video above to learn more about the film. Or, you can watch the entire time-lapse below.