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D-Rail Trail

The entrance to the D-Rail Trail near my home.

Walking, snowshoeing, golf!

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Sensuous Winter

Untouched snow can be quite voluptuous when the light is right.

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Early Winter

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.

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Quiet Cabin

In the bush…

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Winter Delicacy

Pristine in its beauty, newly fallen snow in the forest.

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Moffat’s Path

The footpath leads back into the bush near where I live.

It provides opportunity to escape the outside world and find a place disconnected from the artificial rules imposed by humans on the ways we perceive and experience reality.

Time spent here is valuable and will never leave you.

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The Stealth Of Winter

Slowly, Winter edges its way onto the landscape.

The snow is the obvious evidence that it leaves when it first makes its move.

More subtle is the stealth with which it snaps the lock on the water of our lake.

It has done its work near the shore.

The last will be done in the distance. Out of sight. Often at night.

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The Ice Is Coming

The hoar frost on the south shore signals that our lake is very close to freezing over for the winter.

A couple of days should see it covered in ice.

We won’t see waves again until the end of April, if then.

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The Birds Of Winter

We have been feeding now for about two months and have attracted a following of regulars.

At breakfast there is a show outside our windows which is a great way to start the day.

The Blue Jays knock on the glass if their peanuts are not out on time.

The other birds are less greedy and their feeders last a couple of days before they need refilling.

Here are some of our regulars.

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Winter Calm

When you hate winter, you risk not seeing this.

Calm, pristine, delicate, comforting elegant.

Real and ephemeral at the same time.

A sweet memory for the next time you pass this way.

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Light On The Trail

A walk in our neighbourhood in early winter.

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Inviting

Strap on your snowshoes and follow the trail.

Quiet calm and tranquility await.

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After The Storm

The walk that you make after the storm is often filled with pristine and gentle delicacy.

The memory of yesterday’s mayhem is erased by the beauty remaining after the event has passed.

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Late Winter Panorama

Best time of the year to be in the bush.

The snow is solid and one can walk just about anywhere.

It’s almost like being let out for recess!

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Lake Nipissing Sunset

Late Winter with lots of solid ice still in the Lake.

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