These aren’t the best photos …
… but I wasn’t going to get out of my truck for better ones, either.
Big bison daddy.
Bison are hungry, unpredictable and big. Really big. They weigh up to 900 kg (2000 lbs), so photos have to come from the protection of my vehicle.
Greetings from the woodlands bison of the Northwest Territories. 🙂
On a recent walk, I enjoyed a stop at this wonderful waterfall.
A very frothy Hay River.
There is a very serious drop-off, so this is as close as I was able to get. Quite impressive, though.
A long trip north to empty into Great Slave Lake
After its long drop, the river continues its journey north. That’s life.
Have a good week. 🙂
If you’re confined indoors and unable to get out and enjoy nature, this series is for you. I’m aiming to brighten the days by posting pictures of …
Today’s Picture: 15 Aug 20
A beautiful green vista. Thanks, Stuart. 🙂
More views of one of the world’s largest lakes …
Logs on the shoreline of Great Slave Lake.
… with old logs that are slowly disintegrating. Off to the right, out of the camera view, is a lovely sand beach; many people were picnicking or sunbathing. The day was a perfect temperature with enough wind to give the lake a little wave action.
Right now I am in quarantine, but I am allowed to go outside for walks as long as I am distancing. I think I might spend a lot of my walking time along this lakefront!
Have a good week; stay safe and well. 🙂
And a special shout-out to Kenny: some sunny Great Slave Lake photos for you. 🙂
If you’re stuck indoors and unable to get out to enjoy nature at present, this series is for you. I’m trying to brighten the days by posting pictures…
Today’s Pictures: 24 July 20
Greek mountains and an English waterfall. A lovely contrast in beautiful landscapes. Thanks, Stuart. 🙂
Maybe you’re stuck indoors and are unable to get out to enjoy nature at present. If so, this series is for you. I’m trying to brighten the days by …
Today’s Pictures: 22 July 20
A trail and a brook? Aren’t those so nice on a warm summer’s day? Thanks, Stuart. 🙂
I was recently walking on a trail above Okanagan Lake …
… and stopped to take a photo of Penticton’s small pleasure boat harbour. I am very fortunate. 🙂
Lovely, lacy pink fronds …
… swaying in the breeze. The joy a pink frond brings, when it’s an unexpected gift in your day.
Have a good weekend, everyone. 🙂