Tag Archives: Spring
A quick walk back into our woodlot this afternoon to look for new life. There’s always something to find in a woodlot! Sony A-900 – Tamron 90mm 2.8 Macro – ISO 200 – f11 – 1/90 Advertisements
The trout might not have been biting, but I didn’t come home empty-handed. Skunk Cabbage is coming along nicely, the mosses and ferns are green and the tree buds are finally starting to break. Sony DSC-RX100 – Zeiss Vario-Sonnar – 28mm – … Continue reading
Spring is finally deciding to show its face and with it come the early spring flowers like this crocus which attract honey bees, newly awakened from their winter slumber. Sony A-900 – Tamron 90mm 2.8 Macro – ISO 200 – f8 … Continue reading
An early morning in March brings a red sky, harbinger of stormy weather to come. Sony A-900 – Sigma 24 – 70 f2.8 – ISO 200 – f6.7 – 1/90
Despairing at the weather forecast for the next five days I went outside to be greeted by the first Snowdrops of Spring! What better way to revive hope that Spring is finally close! Long live Snowdrops!
Finally, all the snow is gone. The Snowdrops are starting to fade and the Crocus comes forth in all its glory, bringing with it the promise of renewal and the hope for an amazing summer to come. Sony A-900 … Continue reading
Can there be a better messenger foretelling the arrival of Spring than the humble Snowdrop? Even before tha last of Winter’s white blanket has retreated these tiny flowers spring forth to gladden our hearts. Sony A-900 – Tamron 90mm … Continue reading
Out for a walk on a crisp, bright morning in late Winter, on the cusp with early Spring, I came upon this maple leaf that had fallen in the fall and was now nearly incased in ice on a … Continue reading
This is the height of the wild Rhodora season and the backwoods and barrens of Nova Scotia are filled with the purple majesty of their blooms. Here, amongst the wild blueberry barrens, beside a tranquil stream, deer and black bears … Continue reading
A beautiful spring day at the margins of the sea shows the magic of the intertidal region, where wind, rain and the sea work their magic.