Parent and young have a very strong connection. And nothing expresses that as well as photographs… Connected
A High Wow Factor
Two days ago, just as the smoke closed in again, we were coming back down the shore of the lake when my husband spotted an eagle. It was perched on a tree just off the road between the road and… Read More ›
I’ve Got Creepy Covered!
I suddenly remembered a subject that even I could consider creepy. It took me a while to find the photos, but I think it was well worth it! So hold onto your hats and here we go! How’s that for… Read More ›
‘Beneath my Feet’ – Just Don’t Step on It – Day One
This is my first response to this week’s Photo Challenge ‘Beneath Your Feet’. As I headed out, trusted camera in hand, I stared the ground. It’s parched just one day after some heavy rain. The sun glared down and I… Read More ›
British Columbia has a dirty secret!
British Columbia is a wonderful province, with the slogan Super Natural BC. This province has mountains, lakes, vineyards, history and wildlife. The range of wildlife outside my door I think I have made known to you through my blog. People… 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 ›
Sorry, No Fishing
Every year, at this time, there is a spring rite of passage so to speak up the Lardeau River. Trout, from Kootenay Lake, follow the same route up the Lardeau River to spawn as the Kokanee salmon use. These trout… Read More ›
Water off a Duck’s Back
Things are starting to happen around here again as Spring is in full swing. The temperature is rising and the days are longer. Birds are migrating, mating, nesting and starting to watch over the first broods. Some ducks seem foot… Read More ›
Two Left Feet
Now comes the fun part of my look at feet. Whether it’s because we are used to four feet or that four footed species, like us, live on solid ground, somehow our feathered friends feet seem so much more interestingly!… Read More ›
Anatomy of a Heron’s Flight
In the summer, on calm days, I take my camera with me out in my kayak. A risk, but sometimes really worth it. This morning was one of those times. As I headed up the lake I saw, and photographed… Read More ›
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