Early in the week we decided to take the now three month old EV for a longer run to see how the batteries behaved under greater stress than going to the supermarket involves. We crossed into Ontario and spent a happy half day walking the trails in the Cooper March nature reserve. We used to go regularly but stopped visiting when they drew down the water levels to try to control invasive purple loosestrife and somehow never returned so it was wonderful to be there again – especially with two active Osprey nests and a whole repertoire of wild plants to admire. The marsh lies along the banks of the St-Lawrence river and this was the view from our lunch spot beside Meadow Bay. Very peaceful.

And yes, the batteries performed in exemplary fashion.

© RG 2021

  • Camera: DSC-RX10M3
  • Focal length: 15.7mm
  • Aperture: ƒ/4
  • Exposure bias: +7/10EV
  • Shutter speed: 1/800s
  • ISO: 100

*Gradually in coming weeks, single photographs that would have been posted in our other website  (greenbirding.ca) will appear here instead as the two sites are being revised and merged. Change is in the air.