Each of these teenytiny wildflowers gives me hope that spring is, in fact, actually going to arrive in Southeastern Ontario. This Sunday, between vast expanses of leftover autumn leaves on the ground and bare trees above- there were tiny spots of colour- of HOPE. It’s hard to understand the scale of these flowers- each of them only about an inch in diameter- taken while I sat/stretched/laid down on the ground for just the right shot.
I spent some time with my best friend at Lemoine’s Point- a local conservation area. All of these photos are taken with my new Sigma 70-200mm 2.8 lens & my Sony a77- I am LOVING the clarity. Very little cropping was needed for these images because the birds are quite accustomed to people watching them. The ducks almost seemed to enjoy showing off for my camera…. The goose however, got a bit territorial…
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Ginger, who most days is at best indifferent toward me develops a need to follow me around my yard when I have my camera. I almost had a great shot of a mourning dove but Ginger chased it away. This day I decided to abandon hope of photographing birds, and turned the camera on her […]
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We had a LOVELY sunny day here in Ontario- sure it only got up to about 10 degrees Celsius, but given recent ice storms and clouds- 10 degrees in the sun felt positively tropical. Of course I was out with my camera and my new lens looking for signs of spring My new Sigma […]
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