Snowy owl catching a few winks.
I don't know what it is about the Snowy Owl that speaks directly to my soul, but it's a joyous refrain.
All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.
Canoe at the mouth of Black Ash Creek
On the Boardwalk
Harbourview Park Boardwalk in Collingwood
Collingwood Harbour seen from Harbourview Park.
This little red squirrel seemed to be enjoying the last days of summer.
Sunset at Collingwood Harbour.
All in a Day's Work #2
Cold, rain and high winds didn't stop the crew of the U.S. Brig Niagara tall ship, moored in Collingwood Harbour.
All in a Day's Work #1
Eastern Kingbird taken in the wetlands area of Collingwood's waterfront.
A Midsummer Night's Dream
So quick bright things come to confusion.
Great Blue Heron #1
Great Blue Heron in Black Ash Creek.
An egret flies out of the mist rising from Nottawasaga Bay at the mouth of Black Ash Creek.
Mute Swan patrolling the waters near its nest at the mouth of Black Ash Creek.
Tall Ship Liana's Ranson #5
Tall Ship Liana's Ranson visited Collingwood in July and offered 90 minute sails out of the harbour. It was a perfect day to be on the water!
Tall Ship Liana's Ranson #4
Tall Ship Liana's Ranson #3
Tall Ship Liana's Ranson #2
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