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Photographs of the week to 13 January 2018

Mourning Dove Not the cleverest of birds perhaps, but well suited to a cold January morning Metadata Copyright © All images are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada (CC BY-NC-ND 2.5 CA) License … which really just means that you are very welcome to share [...]

2019-01-12T14:30:24+00:00Sunday, January 13, 2019|

A Week in Pictures (06 Jan 2019)  

Goldfinch on Hydrangea The reason why gardeners should leave seed heads standing through the winter Metadata Copyright © All images are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada (CC BY-NC-ND 2.5 CA) License … which really just means that you are very welcome to share and [...]

2019-01-06T10:40:24+00:00Sunday, January 6, 2019|

New Year’s Days for 16 Years

New Year's Day images from the past 16 years ... What will 2019 bring? Sixteen years is as far back as we can go as that was when the first digital camera came into the household ... 2018 Dawn on a new day and a new year over [...]

2018-12-30T09:57:54+00:00Sunday, December 30, 2018|

A Week in Pictures (23 Dec 2018)  

Cooper's Hawk The LBJs and Woodpeckers and their chums scattered as the local pest control manager popped by at lunchtime to see what might be on the menu. Metadata Copyright © All images are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada (CC BY-NC-ND 2.5 CA) License [...]

2018-12-22T18:46:47+00:00Sunday, December 23, 2018|

A Week in Pictures (16 Dec 2018)

Pine Siskin An irruptive "winter finch" from the far northern boreal forests that some winters comes our way in the cold season. Lovely little birds. Metadata Copyright © All images are made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Canada (CC BY-NC-ND 2.5 CA) License … which really [...]

2018-12-14T19:04:05+00:00Sunday, December 16, 2018|

Pictures of the Week (9 Dec 2018)

** Perhaps a few too many posts here recently of multiple, featured photographs ... henceforth they will be displayed in a single post that's quick to scan and only takes one click to open. In Town Tonight The Baie-D'Urfé town hall lit up for the 2018 Winter Solstice [...]

2018-12-06T18:07:49+00:00Sunday, December 9, 2018|

Splash …

Blue Jay Blue Jays are like teenagers, always flopping about and shouting. They also like very much to take regular baths and showers and as we provide a heated water bath for them in cold Québec winters, how could this smart fellow refuse the opportunity. Metadata Copyright © [...]

2018-12-01T16:51:03+00:00Saturday, December 1, 2018|

Spring is coming … eventually

We have buds ... As temperatures dive and the depth of snow and ice increases it's good to know that our two thriving magnolia trees are covered in buds that will open to glorious flowers when spring finally arrives. Metadata Copyright © All images are made available under [...]

2018-11-30T14:28:07+00:00Friday, November 30, 2018|

Wasp Nest in Winter

Nest demolition ... A few years ago we were walking  a forest trail in late autumn just before things started to get cold, when we heard a furious thumping and banging nearby that caused us to think we were about to be attacked by a bear or a lumberjack. Eventually we realised the noise [...]

2018-11-26T18:22:28+00:00Monday, November 26, 2018|

Riverside Mist

A bit of a thaw As the record cold and snow of the last week started to thaw slightly and as the freezing rain turned to plain nasty rain a mist rose all over the west island. This was the St-Lawrence river as seen from Bertold Park EXIF data [...]

2018-11-26T13:55:51+00:00Sunday, November 25, 2018|