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Warblers 5 - Black-Throated Blue Warbler

(This is the last of my Warbler posts. I saw many more, but didn’t manage to get photos of them. They move so fast!)

The Black-Throated Blue Warbler is, I think, one of the prettiest Warblers. 85 more words

Victoria & Jack - Lake Muskoka Couple Session

Victoria & Jack

Muskoka Couple Photography

Lake Muskoka, ON

Victoria & Jack are very close friends of mine, and truly adorable together. I’ve been wanting to shoot a session at sunset for some time now so I’m very  excited to see these photographs come together. 44 more words

forest for the trees

Last year at this time in Muskoka we were under a foot of snow, with more falling every hour!  What a difference this year – temperatures as high as 13 degrees, and only one day with a light dusting of snow so far.   289 more words

The Great Outdoors

Warblers 4 - Black-and-White Warbler

Black-and-White Warblers behave a lot like Nuthatches, so if you’re not paying attention you may mis-identify your bird.

This little Black-and-White Warbler is a female (you can tell by the pattern of black and white on her head), and she spent a happy few minutes scurrying head-first down the trunks of the old cedars and hemlocks that grow down by the lake at my parents’ cottage before moving on to her next stop.

Algonquin Park Adventure

This past Wednesday I found myself with an impending need to get outdoors and enjoy the fleeting fall season while I still could. I’m ashamed to admit I’ve lived in the Muskoka area my entire life and besides a few drives through the park heading up north, I have never visited Algonquin Park.  206 more words