Spring has sprung and action is heating up in the garden! A careful examination of the budding flowers and the grasses in the flower beds reveals a world of bug eat bug. This is what I have seen in my… Read More ›
It’s a Fish Fight!
That’s right – fish fight not fist fight! Let me explain. As I continue to cull my old photo files, I occasionally have to take a break and head out looking for new photo ops. That is hard at this… Read More ›
There is a Stump
There is a stump up the Lardeau River which seems to have strong appeal for eagles. On October 30, 2014, I wrote a blog post about this stump with photographs of a raven and an eagle ( ‘ I’m Raving about… Read More ›
I Can’t Believe I Got the Whole Thing
This to me is amazing – that I was lucky enough to capture this interaction. In my garden, I have several crab spiders. One has been resident for quite some time in a patch of flowers, in fact on the… Read More ›
So You Want to Hunt Grizzlies…..
Then watch this first….. http://globalnews.ca/news/2182201/watch-grizzly-bear-rolls-down-the-hill-like-a-big-kid-in-alaska-park/ This is wonderful!
This was originally posted with a slideshow that I don’t think worked. So here it is with just the photographs. When I first started photographing, I had many days when I would go out, take bundles of photographs and rush… Read More ›
When I first started photographing, I had many days when I would go out, take bundles of photographs and rush home to see them. Only to go through photo after photo that technically was a failure. Out of focus, not… Read More ›
Colour (or Color)
No matter how you spell it, colour adds so much to our daily experience. Black and white is dramatic and can be restful. But oh, the colours that surround us! I suspect I am very aware of the riot of… Read More ›
Just passing through
At the same location as yesterday’s photographs, I captured a unique sight, for me anyway. I had gone there the evening before, which was lovely and still. That was the first time I spotted the muskrat. In the course of… Read More ›
Elegy to hives
Someone on the poetry course asked why so many of the elegies were sad. That made me think……this ain’t sad, but true Weeks and months you rode me Killing my days with your itch. Red raised welts, fattened lips Eyes… Read More ›
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