As you embark on a new year, look down the track to a new journey. Have a happy and blessed new year, everyone!
Mohawk Lake never looked so pretty in the Winter as trees flanks her as does ice.
The sky and clouds above reflect in a chilly Mohawk Lake below while snow dots the shoreline.
Look though the fence to Mohawk Lake on a Wintery day.
A reflection off of Mohawk Lake looks so pretty through the trees as snow has fallen on the ground.
Peek through the trees to a frozen Lake Mohawk.
Despite the frozen land around them, these weeds thrive.
Rocks sit in the snow in a backyard garden.
Buffalo graze on some grass on a farm. Quite a unique sight in Southern Ontario, but not as uncommon as you may think. We have a few buffalo farms in Southern Ontario.
Three funny, white ducks waddle down a ramp towards the pond when they see a photographer coming to snap their photo. No paparazzi, please!
A swan drifts along a pond in this peaceful scene at St. Elizabeth’s Village in Hamilton, Ontario.
Some mallard ducks line up on a rock in a pond, waiting to take a swim.
For the month of November for the Photo Challenge, I thought I would post “aged photographs” as November is a month for remembering (Remembrance Day in Canada and Veterans Day in the United States).
To start things off, in this photograph some Canada Geese enjoy a nice nibble in the grass. Coincidentally, this photo was snapped at a cemetery just outside of Brantford. A very pretty place with a pond, fountain, a small bridge, and some nice trees planted in memory of loved ones.
A clear, blue sky looks down on the the orange, yellows, and greens of Autumn below. Taken in Glen Morris, Ontario.
A rail bridge runs across the Grand River in Glen Morris, Ontario on a beautiful Autumn day.
A crisp Autumn day along the Grand River in Glen Morris, Ontario.
A blue sky looks down upon some pretty Autumn leaves as the Grand River looks up from below.
Take a look down the Grand River in Autumn in Glen Morris, Ontario.
A sure sign that it is Autumn is the male finches not looking so gold any more. Their feathers have changes to a greeny-brown colour and they almost blend in with the ground. How many to you count?
Three phases of Autumn are seen in this photograph. Green leaves on the left, changing leaves on the right, and finally most of the leaves off in the centre.
The birch tree leaves have been turning a lovely yellow over the past few weeks, making for great cover for the gold finches that like to hang out in it as they also change back to their brownish colouring.
Leaves of many kinds that have fallen off of trees lie on the grass. A sure sign Autumn is upon us.
A colourful Autumn leaf sits among the green on the ground, making for a lovely contrast.
The leaves begin to change, making this tree almost look like a painting.