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Muskoka by Moonlight

The world looks different at night.

I have photographed this scene several times before – and posted it on this blog. Most of those images have been taken at dawn, or in daylight. 39 more words

Brown Creeper

The Brown Creeper is a tiny brown bird that creeps up tree trunks. (Imagine that!)

I’m not kidding about tiny – they’re a little less than 5 inches long, and a lot of that is beak and tail. 182 more words

Give And The Goodness Will Come Back To You

And I’m back!

As always, life has been running its course and I have been scrambling to follow along. While I seem to have my routine figured out for now, things can never be as simple as they appear. 348 more words


Making the case for Session beers

Session Beers – Originally posted in the griff newspaper

Marc W. Kitteringham

“Whoa, that’s definitely not for me,” “This tastes like it went bad,” “Bleh that’s gross.” Those are the reactions I usually get when I get my friends to try a new craft beer that I’m enjoying. 602 more words


Close But No Cigar

The winning images were announced a couple of weeks ago for the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition and I thought I would take a moment to share two of my entries that proceeded to the final round of judging. 107 more words

Nature Photography

Weekly Photo Challenge: Minimalist

A sudden rainstorm peppers the lake in Muskoka, known as Ontario’s cottage country.  You might think this was a black and white photo, but actually the water, sky and trees all turned this same shade of gloom.   16 more words


Artistic Renderings from Muskoka

I have been busy preparing for an upcoming presentation for The Trillium Photographic Club, which will be held on Tuesday November 11th at 7:30 p.m. 271 more words

Nature Photography