This was taken at the same spot - give or take a couple of yards - that the previous shot was taken. We're used to seeing Great Blue Herons being a little more, well, blue, but in the winter their plumage becomes more dowdy. It's still a magnificent bird whatever the season.
Having missed the coyote yesterday, I even went back to the spot after taking Henry home but there was no sign of the animal, I was ready this morning with the X-T3 and the 55-200 as Henry & I took our morning walk. Sadly no coyotes were to be seen, but we got a consolation… Continue reading Hawk
Back to the Walking with Henry series this morning, with two images. Both were taken on the Creek trail leading up to Loafers Lake. This lone tree is always striking, but more so now that the leaves have gone and you can see the structure. The second photo is one of my favourite spots on… Continue reading Winter morning
Once again we’re able to move off the pathway now that the undergrowth has begun to die back. Those places and views that have been hidden for the last few months are becoming accessible again as the season changes. Winter will be here soon and bring a new perspective to familiar walks. Etobicoke Creek
That point when you look up from what your dog is doing to see the perfect picture in front of you. Back in England we had more mist and fog than we needed but in Ontario it's relatively rare, so a photographer needs to make the most of it. I caught the last remnants before… Continue reading Dog Walker in the mist