We took a stroll late this afternoon in Rondeau Provincial Park. A peaceful end to the day.
Month: October 2022
A skiff of cirrus sails across the early evening sky. Seeing this before going inside was lovely.
A dog and his log.
This hard maple chunk has been Fitzi’s go-to chew toy for about five years. Doesn’t splinter, break into potentially swallowable pieces.
A treat for the eyes and spirit.
Watching Turkey Vultures soaring overhead is always a treat for the eyes and the spirit.
Why doesn’t it auto-throw?
Why doesn’t this ball auto-throw so I can chase it?
Back after hiatus.
A Red-breasted Nuthatch. Photographing such a tiny, active sprite is challenging.
Turkey Vultures are on the move; fall migration seems to be underway. These three are in a line astern formation above a night roost. Could not get a good focus on them despite numerous tries. My technique needs work.
Such graceful birds; I love watching them.
Lucy has retired for the evening, as am I.
A lovely way to end a showery day.