Water And Loon

Cool Loon behaviour.

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Heron Fun

There were a lot of Great Blue Herons around this summer.

A bumper crop in fact.

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Flowers And Landscape

Warm Summer.

Lazy Days.

Wonderful land.

Colour

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Eagles

Over the past 10 years or so, Bald Eagles have been moving into the area.

Previously they were rarely seen. Nowadays, sightings are becoming more and more common and the locations of the nests are becoming known.

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Summer Colour

Colour abounds when the weather is warm.

This past Summer was exceptional.

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More Birds

Large and small.

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Flying Creatures

I acquired a new lens and have a lot of fun photographing things that fly.

This Spring provided ample opportunity to find subjects.

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Time Passes

As Spring flows, beauty emerges.

It stays for a while and is then replaced.

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Later Spring Activity

Turtle, flowers and trail.

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Summer Passed Quickly

Yes, I know this is the first post in a while.

No excuses. Or explanations.

Lots of photos made. Lots of photos processed.

A fine summer has passed.

Over the next while I’ll try to catch up.

Early and mid spring saw the emergence of life from the winter sleep.

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Canada, Eh

A very proud Canadian Beaver.

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Dandelions

Everyone hates Dandelions.

Why?

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New Leaves Of Spring

And some flowering trees too.

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Osprey Landing

The Osprey is a pretty neat bird. Master of his environment.

This landing is controlled and delicate.

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A Spring Walk

Laurier Woods is a neat, easily accessible area in our town. Trails wind through maple and birch bush and beside wetland ponds kept full by beaver dams.

Forest Bathing combined with exercise and wildlife observation can be practiced by people of all ages.

A treat for the body and mind.

Recently I ambled along the trails and made photographs of whatever interested me.

These are a few of many that I made.

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