Tag Archives: yellow

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Autumn Light

I spent another day exploring Claireville’s autumn colours looking to find some beautiful light. After coming home and viewing the photos I decided that they needed a vintage feel. Autumn brings with it a very […]

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Autumn Yellow

I was walking in Claireville today to photograph the Autumn colours and I can across this interesting tree. It is as though it is reaching out to you and showing you the way to the […]

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The Grandmother Tree

This last day of our trip we headed out early to check out the lighthouse at Lion’s Head and see if we could get a shot of the waves crashing. It was very windy but […]

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Mushrooms at Cameron Lake

After my first successful trip to Cameron Lake in September I decided to drag Nigel to the trail and see what we could find. It started out as a foggy day but it made the […]

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Old Fences and the Colour Yellow

A quick walk around the neighbourhood can wield some fun things to photograph. I have passed this fence many times on my walks but today it caught my eye and I decided to photograph it. […]

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Just One

A Pit Stop Just one lone bee on a yellow flower. That is all. Related Images:

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Backyard Wonders

There are so many things growing around me so I’m not straying too far today to take photos. I’m staying in my backyard today to take photographs starting with the gorgeous pruple clematis growing on […]

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Beautiful Light

Just a quick post today. I was walking through Claireville park again today and noticed this beautiful light coming through the trees and wanted to share it with you.   Have a  beautiful day! Related […]

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A Pollen Eater

Over the last couple of years I have spent a lot of time at Claireville, especially in the winter months to capture the birds at the feeders. It’s not very often I head over there […]