Category Archives: Parks

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Cherry Blossoms

I went out with Roy Ramsay, editor of Outdoor Photography Canada magazine, to do some Cherry Blossom photography. It’s finally that time of year when we have that one week period to photograph these trees […]

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Spring Birds of Claireville

Nigel and I met over at Claireville Conservation area yesterday to explore some of the spring birds that have come into the park. Even though there were quite a lot of barn swallows flitting about […]

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Spring Trip to Inglis Falls

Nigel and I decided to do a day trip up to Inglis Falls Conservation Area. With spring here we knew the water levels would be much higher than normal. Once we got to the park […]

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A Trip to Lynde Shores

It had been awhile since Nigel and I had headed out to Lynde Shores so today we went for a little look-see. It was a great day to be out and we found a lot […]

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On the Hunt for the Pine Marten

I, after many years of talking about it, finally booked a winter weekend trip in Algonquin Provincial Park. I also convinced my friend Nigel to accompany me. Okay so it wasn’t really that hard to […]

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Waterfalls of Hamilton

Nigel called me up and asked if I would be interested in a day trip to Hamilton to check out some of the waterfalls. Well, you know I said yes. What was supposed to be […]

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Algonquin Roadside Stop

I am up in Muskoka this weekend to help shoot a wedding with Brad Quarrington  Since I was up here thought I might drive over to Algonquin Provincial Park for a quick look-see before heading home. […]

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Billie Green and the Fog

My friend, Dave Hook, called me up asked if I wanted to get out to photograph Billie Green Falls in Hamilton. I jumped at the chance as I had never visited that falls before. Little […]

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More Birds

It’s a week later and I’m back at Claireville Conservation Area but this time I came prepared with seed only to find all the feeders full. I guess that was to be expected, right? Here […]