“I smell a dinosaur!”
Some of you may remember that I wrote about the Joggins Fossil Cliffs last year during our almost-annual trip to Nova Scotia. Check out that post if you want to get more of a feel for the place. I posted a panorama photo and some other shots that give a [...]
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“I smell a dinosaur!”
Have you ever had an irresistible urge to carefully pick up a rock to see what’s beneath? Do you ever yearn to unearth a colony of ants? Or perhaps a ground beetle or a spider? Maybe you’d like to find a worm, or perhaps a tiny snake. Or a millipede, or [...]
This morning, while looking for a particular photo, I came across the above image from last autumn’s trip out west. I’ve been meaning to go back through those photos and post a few more from the trip as there are so many nice images I’d like to share.
The above photo was [...]
Yesterday, Don, Sabrina and I hiked the Hemlock Ridge and Beech Woods Trails at Charleston Lake Provincial Park (in eastern Ontario). We’ve hiked these trails many times over the years and there’s always something of interest whatever the season. Before we had even left the parking area, we encountered the above Deer Mouse [...]
The following pairs of photos were taken from almost identical vantage points with about 30 seconds ticking past between the dark and the light versions. I have not adjusted the brightness of these photos, so what you see is what I got. [Click on images for larger views]
Rather remarkable, no? The effect of [...]
Yesterday, we decided to get out of the house after kicking around here due to the recent rains. After seeing how high the water levels were at Black Creek on November 4th, we were sure that the Mississippi River would be running high at Blakeney Rapids. As expected, we arrived to find it [...]
Among the highlights of my recent wanderings, was the geology encountered along the way. I’d traveled through parts of Oregon and California in the past, so had some expectation of seeing many extraordinary sights. I was not disappointed. This is the first of a small series of posts which I’ll be [...]