Healthy Mindset – Days 35-38 I love photographing animals because you just have to stand back and capture what they give you. Most of the time it’s pure gold. How often do you see a llama by the side of the road? This one… Continue Reading “Poser”
You only need sit still long enough in some attractive spot in the woods that all its inhabitants may exhibit themselves to you by turns. Henry David Thoreau In the case of these photos, the attractive spot was on the water, in a zodiac… Continue Reading “Great Bear Rainforest”
During the busy Christmas season, it’s important to just chill-out a little, too, like Finnigan here….(However, I’m not sure he’s pleased that I got down on the floor, stuck a camera in front of his face and interrupted his quiet time).
Going for it! This squirrel is on a mission…. I may have to take back my last post about not liking November, or qualify it with “I usually don’t like November” because the last few days have been unusually warm here. This squirrel entertained… Continue Reading “leap of faith”
For when you have a week that needs a little cute animal therapy to get you through it! And my favourite animal picture I’ve ever taken….just look at that face. The Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia is beautiful in so many different ways,… Continue Reading “animal therapy”
It’s not that I love squirrels, it’s just that they pose so nicely for pictures…. (and I love how it doesn’t even look like winter here in these pictures! It was so nice to hear birds chirping and squirrels scurrying like it was Spring… Continue Reading “Squirrel Poses”
Warm wishes for a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! I hope, like Mr. Squirrel, you enjoy a few treats over the holidays….
You could be stoic… You could just let it all out… Or just be cute and hope someone helps you out… Just hang out and watch the world go by… Eat! Or just have a nice long nap… It’s your choice!
I’ve likely said it previously, but animals have become my favourite subject matter to photograph. Saturday’s plan was take pictures of a little church on the prairies near Regina that I spotted last year, but the road to get to it had been washed… Continue Reading “Donkey close-ups on a Saturday morning”