Common Loon in Lac St. Pierre

Two Loon posts in one day – woah!! Yeah I know, getting crazy here. New job affords time off that is actually time off, so …

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Loon with wings open - side view

Taken on the same trip to the cottage as Common Loon (no.1), it was taken later in the evening, hence the golden light on the …

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Macro shot of an orchid

I have never looked too closely at orchids before, well actually I didn’t look at any flowers closely. With a macro lens it is difficult …

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Common Loon

Last summer I had the good fortune to be able to spend some time on Lac St. Pierre near Wakefield, Quebec. The lake is stunning …

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Husky at the International School of Earth Studies, QC

The International School of Earth Studies is a phenomenal establishment North of Ottawa in Quebec. We found ourselves there on the coldest weekend this past …

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Snowy Egret looking directly at the camera

These birds are extremely common down in Florida, yet extremely difficult to photograph. The difficulty comes in achieving the subtle texture in the very smooth …

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Macro capture of a Gerbera Daisy

This is certainly one of the MANLIEST posts I have ever done. Gerbera Daisies are daisies on steroids. OK, enough pretending I am manly, it’s …

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Portrait capture of a Double-breasted Cormorant

An evil looking bird with some strange facts associated with it for those who are interested. Although it is classed as a seabird and spends …

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