The Changing Seasons: January 2016 [23/365]

This year, I’m taking part in Cardinal Guzman’s «The Changing Seasons 2016». One gallery, or a single photo at the end of each month. Here you can read about the rules.

I took mine yesterday, in Rockwood Park. That’s where all my pictures for this challenge will be shot. Please, click on a picture to bring them up to size.

27 Replies to “The Changing Seasons: January 2016 [23/365]”

  1. The creatures of nature you have there are stunning! So are your photos of them. Do you have a special lens or do you just zoom in to get these close pictures?

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        1. Yes, and I’ve only seen this little corner of it. It fully dawned on me, how immense this country is, when they told me you’d get 4 times France into the province of Quebec.

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  2. Love your recorded “conversations” here, Bekah… Tippy-Toe fawn and bold Raven with their dubious (meal?); Reddy Squirrel, almost too fat for his own fur coat; the Birds in their almost-mating-time feathered-finery: not just the obviously-bejewelled Drakes in emerald and sapphire, but the curvy-smooth Hens in a symphony of glossy brown curves and the more formal-attire of Cheerful Chickadee (“Hey Sweetie!”) and those lucky people enjoying a glorious Winter Interlude, out (fishing?) on the oft-travelled ice… Thank you for being there, for seeing and sharing it with us

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    1. Thank you, Deb, for this beautifully worded comment! The wind was really biting that day, so I couldn’t stay for long. Today’s looking more promising, with only -8ºC and hardly any wind at all. We shall see … 🙂

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  3. What a lovely view of your country. It looks like a very delicate and gentle place. I love the deer and bird spending time together.

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    1. LOL they were just there … for the longest time! I stood there, waiting for the Raven to take off, so I could get the little deer alone in a frame. Eventually he did, and his beak was really LOADED with whatever they’d put out there 🙂

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