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Nuthatch Love

Nuthatch Love

Today I headed out to Claireville to take photos at the feeders just off the main trail/road. I had to get some shots of the bridge. It's one of the more interesting things to photograph here in Claireville. The shadows from the late day sun from vines and the other...

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When Nothing Goes Right

When Nothing Goes Right

I was out again today with my friend Nigel in the hopes of getting some good images at 50 Point Pier, but it seems as though Mother Nature may have had some plans of her own and they didn't include us getting good photos. When we got down to the pier all we saw was...

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Feeding the Birds

Feeding the Birds

Today I met my friend Nigel over at Claireville Conservation Area for a late afternoon walk. We found a couple of bird feeders nestled into some trees on a side path so we stopped to take a few photographs. The Chickadees are always around the feeders so it was nice...

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Island Lake

Island Lake

With the long cold month of February behind us, I finally came out of hibernation to go for a hike. March started as a cold and crazy windy day but it was a little calmer and slightly warmer for a walk with my friend Linda today. We met at Island Lake...

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A Slippery Start

A Slippery Start

I met my friend Nigel today for a socially distanced walk down part of the Humber Recreational Trail. The first few minutes of our walk we ended up slipping and sliding along the path, so we decided to go back to our respective cars for our ice trackers. It ended up...

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The World of Lichens

The World of Lichens

We've been very lucky most of this winter with above-normal temps and only three substantial snowfalls. Winter, however, is no longer messing around. Temperatures for the past week have been downright frigid. Today was the first day that temperatures warmed up enough...

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A Walk Along the Humber River

A Walk Along the Humber River

In the summer, when I get out on my bike, I usually head for the Humber Recreational Trail. I've biked many hours here, and today I decided to head over to one of the sections to get my butt out of my regular neighbourhood.  I headed to a section of the trail...

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The Little Things

The Little Things

It's been over a week since I've felt motivated to go outside, but yesterday I forced myself to get out and do another neighbourhood walk. The snow has melted, and it rained a couple of days ago, so I expected things to be a bit on the soggy side, so I didn't spend...

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Winter’s Mid-day Light

Winter’s Mid-day Light

I had several errands to run today, and one of them took me up to the town of Mono. I decided to go for a short hike at Splitrock Loop Trail since it was just up the road from one of my stops. If you've read my other post, How Things Can Change in 4...

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