Hello Mink

A surprise encounter at riverside.

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Photo Play

Introduced my granddaughter to one of the photo apps I’ve been using and gave her my phone. Within minutes she created the featured image, speeding through the app as if she’d been doing it forever. Not be outdone, I borrowed the photos she’d taken of herself and created this: Not quite an April Fool’s joke, […]

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Mucking About

The original photograph was dull – a cloud of crows dispersing at my interruption – and I almost tossed it, till I saw an hint of possibility. Played with the colours, added filters to give it a painted finish and found a graphic of a man holding a camera. Et voilĂ , my dull birding photo […]

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Love in Lockdown

Everything about a cardinal brings such joy to my day. Chickadees remind me of childhood. These happy visitors love to sing along with me when I call their name. My newest love are the Common Redpolls. So delightful. (There are few birds I don’t love, so when Lisa challenged us to showcase our favourites I […]

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Pink!

Pink petuniassuspended from white porch rail –gift to passerby. (For Cee’s FOTD)

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A Sweet End to August

A little finch seems to like the new bird café in the neighbourhood. Not sure about the new humans though. (For bushboys world last photo of the month challenge.)

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Bath Time

Managed to catch bath time at the falls, Canada Goose style.

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Spring Serves As Reminder

Even the old flower –this appearance of decrepitudemerely camouflagefor the soul is eternalreaches for renewaland at every opportunityblossoms…. (For Lens-Artist’s Photo Challenge: Spring.)

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Unexpected Treasure

Summer arrives on its own schedule, painting the landscape a luscious green. The heat of the day keeps us tucked in a cool house, but not without restlessness. Ric offers a late afternoon drive and parks near a trail so I can wander in. Tall oaks, beech trees, and maples create a canopy of shade. […]

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