We returned to Tommy Thompson Park this morning to see if we could spot more wildlife. We didn’t see much, probably because it was so cold. But the frozen lake and icicles were beautiful!(more…)
It was a cloudy, cold morning today in Toronto, but I didn’t let that keep us inside.(more…)
Happy New Year!!
What’s the best way to start the new year? A hike at our favourite trail, of course. 😉(more…)
It’s the final Saturday of the year – and oh, what a year it’s been!
My goal for 2019 is to spend at least a few hours each weekend enjoying nature and photographing wildlife. (Also, I really really really really want to photograph a snowy owl!)(more…)
Every year we try to visit Chennai at least for a few weeks to see my husband’s family and friends. And every year, without fail, there is always at least one day of temple hopping. My in-laws are very religious, and they love taking us around to as many temples as possible.(more…)
It’s the end of December, and I’m just now catching up on editing/posting photos from the summer/fall! It’s been a whirlwind of a year, to say the least.
Back in August, we hiked the Orchard trail again at Rouge Park. I’ve said this before, but I’ll say it again – this is by far one of the best trails in the GTA in my opinion.
A few weeks ago I saw an article on Digital Photography School about freezing flowers and photographing them to get cool macro shots, so I thought I’d give it a try.
These past few weeks have been extremely stressful, so today I decided to spend the entire day outside in nature, de-stressing and getting back to what I love most: photographing nature. ☺️
Another year, another BioBlitz!
This year’s BioBlitz took place at Heber Down Conservation Area, which is located in the Lynde Creek Watershed in Whitby, Ontario.