Monthly Archives: January 2021
A “Squirrel Proof” bird feeder that foils the most optimistic of Red Squirrels.
The entrance to the D-Rail Trail near my home.
Walking, snowshoeing, golf!
The bush at the top of Cardio Hill is wonderful to visit.
Unlike much of the tangled forest cover in Northern Ontario it is possible to see more than a few feet in almost any direction.
Untouched snow can be quite voluptuous when the light is right.
The idea of North is represented by shapes, moods and feelings.
Simple and complex at the same time.
“Cold” is also a dominant thought.
“Pure” and “Unspoiled” also.
Winter is just getting started on Lake Nipissing.
The ice is deemed safe enough for the winter fishing to begin.
Snow machine tracks signal activity as do the footprints.
The fishing hut population will increase.
Another Winter Season begins.
In the bush…
At the top of the hill…
Love those peanuts!
On West Peninsula Road.
Pristine in its beauty, newly fallen snow in the forest.
The year, not so good.
The ending, Spectacular!