So of course, this is what it looked like when I got up this morning! Last Gasp.
iPhone pano. But it's all mud under that white frosting. I heard Algonquin Park got 15-25cm of the white stuff. Tempting to take a drive up but, nah...
I did get one more trip into Algonquin Park before the end of March. Still snowy up there, but spring is on its way (I wrote this before I got up to the white stuff this morning!).
I culled my images back to three favourites as I promised (I know, should only be one. But it's better than the NINE I wanted to post here!
This is a mink, making its way along behind the creek. I don't think it wanted to go in the water like the otter. I had a shot of it at full gallop, but chose this as one of my three!
And here's the otter, snacking on frog's legs. I had closer shots but thought showing the environment tells a better story.
When I'm in Newfoundland this summer, there are going to be a lot of photo ops shooting colourful little outports overlooking the ocean, with weathered, textured fishing stages and probably less-than-perfect weather conditions. I want to work up some techniques for shooting under those conditions.
Karen was visiting from Toronto so we decided to go out and shoot some pictures despite the rainy weather.
I have two trips to look forward to: Newfoundland in July and Lake Superior in October. I can't decide which one is going to be more fun! Anyone want to come along?
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