The first appearance of a new idea … ready for 2018
We take quite a lot of photographs and (some of) you enjoy looking at them, however briefly. So far we have been posting the best as individual posts on this journal – and we will still do that for the very best – but it’s perhaps more convenient for us all to collate two, three, a half dozen pictures in one small weekly album. Like this …
(Click on any thumbnail to see the image at full size)
This week’s views …
(Left to right, top to bottom)
- The Gardeners’ Ease … a quiet seat in a calm corner of the garden out of sight of everyone except the birds and squirrels.
- Dried old Hydrangea flowers heading into winter.
- Two trees on the banks of the St-Lawrence. I have been photographing these particular trees since I first had a digital camera. Something different in each season.
- The first river-ice of winter starts to form in the bay below Fritz Farm
- It snowed – rather hard – Viburnum berries specially grown for birds and squirrels
- Squirrels really like red berries – depend on them even
- -22C on the banks of the St-Lawrence after a snow storm – very strong winds
- Just past dawn on a bitterly cold morning.
- Tobogganing on Allen’s Hill … no idea at all who these three are but it looked like fun
- Back in the day, photographers were more elegant than today. Must work on my haughty gaze.