Patterson & Downtown in Evening
Taken from Cougar Ridge.
Photo: Michael Gil, Calgary
Keenloft is my office's name. I don't know why I give names to inanimate objects... probably because it's entertaining. The light curtains makes a warm glow in that room when the sun comes up like that. My inspiring cubicle...
To the people who live here: you should give garden design classes!
Your garden = neighbourhood joy.
The cutest rock garden in Paskapoo.
There is a supply of smooth stones to choose from, to paint and to bring back.
To whoever thought of this, what a great idea!
Thank you for your pride in our community :) (We feel the same way)
Photo: Rodrigo Navia
Haven't seen these guys for over a month or so now.
Likely wouldn't be able to tell anymore which ones are the babies.
They grow up so fast!
Source: Humanima.com: At the end of the summer, families of Canada geese leave their nesting grounds in search of food in a new territory.
Only when they return to their nesting grounds the following spring do the fledglings and their parents go their separate ways.
Our peaceful pond is home to the Red-winged Blackbird.
The male (with red shoulders called epaulettes) is known to fiercely protect the family nest.
Now, this is the shot I've been wanting of this bird (and now I finally know what it's called).
Source: hww.ca: "Red-winged Blackbird nests are woven cups made of marsh vegetation and lined with fine grasses. Nests are fastened to reeds, deep grass, and bush. Females lay usually four eggs,
bluish-green and spotted in colour that are incubated for about 11 to 13 days."
Now that's what I call a 10/10 on the cool photo register.
Is it a figment of the imagination...?
(taken yesterday morning)
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