Went up to Algonquin today and guess what came down from the sky above??
Lighthouse of Peggy's Cove, NS
Haven't been back to the east coast for a very long time, so I decided to take a week's long drive through the Eastern Provinces, with the exception of Newfoundland and Labrador, that will have to be another trip. What a great trip, sure wish I had more time to stop and see more of the offerings that the east coast has to offer.
A friend asked me if I would shoot the Toronto skyline at night for him, so with a clear sky Sunday early early morning out I went. Sure hope he likes this one.
Saturday evening spent at Scarborough Bluffs in Toronto
Tried some daytime long exposure shots today before the afternoon storm hit.
From last week's tour of Northern Ontario, Beardmore, Lake Nipigon
Last night overlooking Lake Muskoka, hoping full the skys to clear for an awesome sunset. Well the clouds did open up a bit, but didn't produce the sunset that I was hoping for.
One of 3 bear cubs that I spent a little time with this past weekend. The look one his/her face is adorable.
Yesterday's start to a beautiful day's outing
Back and relaxed from a few days in Killarney and Killbear Provincial Parks. Great time hiking trails, kayaking, taking pics and just unwinding. Here is a fox that I had spent sometime photographing, while in Killarney.
The moose were out in full force like the black flies. One of many Moose sightings in Algonquin yesterday.
My parents backyard friend
Came across this guy while driving the back roads, when I stopped to get a pic, he didn't seem to care of my presence, in fact sat and gave me some different poses to shoot.
2 curious red fox kits peeping their heads out their den hole, yesterday evening.
Raccoon Cub from this past week end
Killdeer's happy dance, well not really. Shot of part of the actions displayed when a Killdeer is trying to lure preditors away from it's eggs, it acts wounded and flaps around on the ground.
Red Fox Kit from Monday's outing, caught playing with a feather from what looked to be a turnkey dinner
Shot of a coyote howling away, yesterday morning. I came across this coyote, who was obviously watching me from on top of a ridge. It's actions were somewhat weird though, as it would continue to stand looking down at me, then start pacing back and forth, while stopping to howl and bark. Didn't know exactly what was going on, so stood still and observed It for a while and yes tried to get some decent pics. Maybe there were pups up there, but didn't pursue to find out. After a while, I decided to move on and it did too, when I continue up the path from the lower part of the ravine. What beautiful animals they are. Couple more pics of him in the gallery.
Last night's sunset over Island Lake, Orangeville. Apparently this was the last bit of sun for the next few days, with 40-70mm of rain in the forecast.
New life new beginnings. One of this year's the 7 goslings that were hatched in the back parking lot of my work.