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parkway winter

a late winter snowfall prompted me to drive and seek some winter scenery. i was not disappointed while exploring the niagara-on-the-lake portion of the niagara parkway: a stand of snow-covered trees beyond a vineyard.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: winterscapes

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frozen by the falls

for the record, i don’t like winter. why humans are subjected to this inhumane season is beyond me… but it does make for some wonderful photographs. this was photographed early one winter morning earlier this year at niagara falls, ontario.

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: winterscapes

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snow-covered trees

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winter in vancouver; we were experiencing crazy weather… something they call an inversion, i think. there was a thick blanket of fog at ground level and we hadn’t seen the sun for days! if one had headed up to the mountains as i had, one would have seen the entire lower mainland covered in fog, but up in the mountains the sun was shining like crazy! when the clouds and fog were finally breaking up, i high-tailed it back up to mount seymour and was rewarded with this spectacular sight!

this photograph can be found in the following galleries: flowers, plants & trees and winterscapes

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a balancing act

A Balancing Act

it was on a beautiful, crisp winter day at belcarra regional park in the vancouver suburb of port moody that i came across this wonderful tree. backlit by the setting sun, it provided a beautiful silhouette against the sky. i composed the shot and called it a day.

it was not until i started editing the image some time later that i ‘saw’ a person arching his/her back struggling or juggling or indeed balancing a heavy load of something or other… hence, the title.

this photograph has elicited many a comment: everything from ‘it’s a pregnant woman’ to, dare i say, ‘i see the male form!’.

what do you see? 😉

this photograph can be found in the following gallery: flowers, plants & trees
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