Ideally, blog posts on here should have a Durham Region-related theme. But alas, sometimes I leave Durham.
Hard to believe, I know.
But I had a great time south of the border, enjoying the American Niagara Falls. A very different feel from Clifton Hill. I spent most of my time looking for a wax museum. Sadly, no luck.
“Try to be like the turtle – at ease in your own shell.” – Bill Copeland
Words to live by? I think so.
Duffin’s Creek attracts all types of pedestrian traffic, along with cyclists, skateboarders and rollerbladers. It’s used so frequently by the young and young at heart; so, it’s disappointing to see vandals destroy parts of it.
This photo was taken on it’s pathway, amongst a burnt down garbage can and an array of litter. Thankfully, the mess has been cleaned up since this image was captured.
It’s always lovely when a mirror image is created through water, especially on a sparkling and warm Friday afternoon.
This image was captured at a pond, located within Pickering, On.’s Frenchman’s Bay park.
It’s always hard to take shots of bugs because I am absolutely terrified of them – and generally, when you’re stalking bugs … you have to get close to them.
But as a part of improving my photography, comes a need to overcome fears! Maybe soon I’ll have enough courage to snap photos of bees.