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Caught Red-Handed

Caught Red-Handed

My friend Nigel and I went out for a hike at Lynde Shores today. The trails at Lynde Shores are full of wildlife, most likely because they have several feeders on one of their popular trails. The Chickadee trail is only 500m long. On most winter days, you can find...

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Footprints in the Snow

Footprints in the Snow

We had a little snow overnight. Nothing as significant as we received last Sunday, but enough to be interesting enough to go out for a walk in the late afternoon to get some photos. I liked these footprints on the creek path. The way the light was shining across the...

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And Back to Fall

And Back to Fall

The snow came, and the snow went. And here we are back to fall. So, I'm back to another neighbourhood walk and a lot more brown and yellow. I'm not sure what this plant is but I loved the shape. It looks almost like a cupped hand reaching to receive something. I found...

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The First Snowfall

The First Snowfall

And just like that, the world is white. We had our first significant snowfall here in the GTA, and it looks so pretty. These photos are from my usual walk along the creek path. Things look so much different when pristine white snow decides to land on all that...

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The Rock

The Rock

I met Nigel at Claireville Conservation Area today for a walk around the park. We selected the south entrance as our starting point and headed east along the trail. Things are nice and brown again, meaning I have to work a little harder to get that inspiration. I...

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Drynan & Chesney

Drynan & Chesney

Nigel and I decided to head back over to Drynan Forest for another hike. When we were here last time, we spoke to someone who mentioned another nearby trail. So, we have decided to try both trails today, with the Drynan Forest loop trail up first. You'll notice a big...

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The View From Over Here

The View From Over Here

Nigel and I headed out to Colonel Sam Smith Park today. It was chilly out by the lake, but we hoped we could get a few good photos while we were here. I spotted this yellow bush all by itself on the shoreline.  A pretty little pop of colour against the blue ake....

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An Artsy Kind of Trail

An Artsy Kind of Trail

My friend Nigel and I headed up to explore the grounds at McMichael Gallery up in Kleinburg. I had never been to the grounds before and was looking forward to walking their trails. One of the trails, located not too far away from the parking, is the Sculpture...

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Killing Time at Professors Lake

Killing Time at Professors Lake

I dropped my dad off for his appointment, and since I had time to kill until I was to pick him up, I decided to wander the path around Professor's Lake. I have never taken the trail here, even though I used to run a photo group from their facility. Go figure. I tried...

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