A whale or just Canadian Shield?
…anymore for this year.
It’s too cold. Time to move inside.
The cove on Trout Lake.
The fading colour of fall is becoming the monochrome of winter.
These gulls reminded me of the television show.
Everyone on their perch, ready to “share”?
Just lying around in a puddle.
’tis the time of year for new characters to appear on Main Street.
This wetland on Four Mile Lake Road has a lot of tamarack wearing autumn colours.
There are several photographs to be made on the way to Widdifield Station.
This little pond is one of them.
The tamarack are changing colour and losing their needles for the winter.
Most other deciduous trees are on their last legs.
This young deer ambled through this morning.
Having polished off our geraniums she’s looking for more tasty stuff.
She didn’t stay around very long when she saw me.
The new Greeter at the FrameMaker & Gallery.
Ready for Halloween.
When you get to the end of One Mile Bay you find this scene.
Mind you, it has to be a very calm afternoon.
The skies over Lake Nipissing have been pretty awesome this past week.
The creek near Smith Road.