We had a bit of a reprieve yesterday and Thursday, with temperatures several degrees above freezing, which led to much of Monday’s snow melting. It’s minus 11 right now, though, so very happy to have taken these pictures yesterday, even though it was VERY grey and windy. Could be worse though, eh? This is kinda […]
Waking up to beauty from an early spring snowfall in The County
Late winter in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Snow, animal tracks, swelling buds and seed starting.
A heavy snowfall in Prince Edward County means rabbits are starting to eat shrubs
With snow on the ground and grey winter skies, shooting in black and white often produces striking images.
A cold Saturday means indoor seedy things
On this Silent Sunday, much of the Quinte Conservation forest in the Frink Conservation area is dormant…moss is as vibrant green as every though!
Interesting how some Sumac lose their berry clusters in winter, and some don’t?