Walking through Falling Snow

Today was the day where the weather was right, not too much of a chill in the air which meant it was a good day to grab my camera and head back to the Bruce Trail. I wasn’t sure which part of the trail I wanted to hit but once on the road I knew I wanted to pick up where I left off back in late fall. After parking at Decou House I changed to my hiking boots, got my backpack on, grabbed the camera and tripod and started walking back towards the 31km mark of the Niagara section. Just as I headed into the trees a light fluffy snow started to fall making the walk very picturesque. At one point along the trail I found a fence topped with barbed wire. An odd thing to find on the Bruce Trail and made for a surreal walk along it’s length. Soon I was back into the normal view of trees, trail, and falling snow. It wasn’t long until I hit the turn-back point. It had stopped snowing by then, which was good for the camera as fluffy snow is very wet. Many little things caught my attention, especially the leaves that still hung on the trees. I swear a few were actually watching me. 😉 The trail is always beautiful no matter the time of year but I am looking forward to warmer weather and some green sprouting on the trees.

Here are a few of the photographs I made along this section of the trail.

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This is my first time trying out the slideshow feature and I hope you enjoy it.

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One Comment

  1. Tomas Eriksson May 18, 2011 at 09:40 #

    It turened out to be a very good slideshow with top photos. Good work!

    Best regards,
    Tomas Eriksson, Sweden

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