We have a friend with a cottage down the lake from us who is a flight instructor. A few weeks ago he sent an email telling us he would be flying in our neck of the woods. Yesterday he sent along a few photos from the helicopter.
The morning sun provides some whimsy to start the day.
Just a capture of frost on the grass this morning. What is interesting is that some of the grass have water droplets on the that have not frozen. Continue reading Frosted tips
We were out this morning taking pictures for our Christmas card. As a child, one of the first things we learn is to count to ten. CLEARLY, I missed that class. 🙂
Continue reading Christmas card photo outtakes
Clearly what caught my attention was this old photo showing the tremendous pile of cant beams! Honestly, we will never see piles of wood like that again…ever. But what caught my eye immediately after that was the appearance of a face on the end of one of those beams.
The end of July typically tells me we are about half way through our summer. Or is that ‘simmer’? It sure has been a hot month here in Nova Scotia, and little rain fall to show for it.
Continue reading July comes to an end
Just a couple pictures of the start of the day. Continue reading Morning pitstop
This picture is impressive to me because its about the best picture I’ve ever taken with the camera I have. I was frustrated with the camera today as its behaviour is unpredictable lately. So rather than leave everything on automatic I started to play with the manual settings. Much to my surprise I got this picture on the first take. 🙂 Photo untouched other than it being cropped.
Slow and steady wins the race.
Winter be gone without a trace.
Feb 22 2016 in Loch Katrine, I captured a light pillar on the setting sun. 🙂