Today's blustery winter weather didn't deter this male Snowy Owl from catching a few winks atop a utility pole.
The Promise of Spring
Ice-covered branch at Inglis Falls in Grey County.
Cherish the Remains
To cherish what remains of the Earth and to foster its renewal is our only legitimate hope of survival. ~ Wendell Berry
Brokenness is the operative issue of our time - broken souls, broken hearts, broken places. ~ Samantha Power
Wall to Wall Geese
The little pond on Collins St. was completely covered in geese.
On Golden Pond
Canada geese on the Collins St. pond. The young maples ringing this pond are still gorgeous shades of gold and red.
Still lots of colour to begin November.
Half Past Autumn
Half past autumn has arrived. ~Gordon Parks
Sandhill Crane takes flight at sunrise from a migration staging area between Stayner and Minesing, near the Minesing Wetlands. Over the past week I've seen hundreds of the birds in this area.
Sandhill Cranes take flight at sunrise from a migration staging area between Stayner and Minesing, near the Minesing Wetlands. Over the past week I've seen hundreds of the birds in this area.
'I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.' - L.M. Montgomery
The cygnets are now ten weeks old and appear to be thriving. I'm so happy this little family has made it this far!
Hiding in Plain Sight
As I sat on the waterfront, looking across the harbour, I almost missed the mallard duck right in front of me. It blended in beautifully with the background.
The light hit my sensor for 1/1000 of a second and then the moment was gone.
Who's Watching Who Hoo Hoo?
August 2016. Eurasian Eagle Owl.
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