This is the scene that greeted me as I opened the front door at sunrise to get the morning paper—note the golden light kissing the snow in the foreground before giving way to the blue daylight. …
Denisé (wife) took this image of Tiger, our Jack Russell. Tiger’s a smart, very active little dog, and Denisé has done a great job capturing his “essence”. …
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Here’s a photo from my visit to the East Coast last summer. I’ve shown a version of this image before in colour, but I think it works really well in black and white also. …
Montsberg Raptor Centre’s Jamaica Hawk (a.k.a. Red-tailed Hawk) with some poetic licence taken. …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Photo of a Red-Tailed Hawk.
Seen in downtown Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island this past summer. …photo here, Cycroft Photoblog: Photo of Kirk of St. James, Charlottetown, PEI.
Kokanee, a resident of Muskoka Wildlife Centre at Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada. This Mountain Lion lives in a large enclosure with his best friend, Kootenay, a black bear. …morehere, Cycroft Photoblog: Photo of Mountain Lion.
Chéticamp is a charming fishing community on the Cabot Trail on the west coast of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. St. Peter’s Church (a.k.a. l’Église Saint-Pierre) was built in 1883. …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Photo of St Peters Church at Chéticamp, NS.
Taken at the seashore in Prince Edward Island. Made me think of the many decisions we all make every day of our lives. Thank God, we live in a democracy and are free to make those decisions. …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Where Paths Divide.
This is Fern, she’s a rare colour phase of Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) called “silver”,… more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Red Fox.
Taken at Muskoka Wildlife Centre near Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada. This is Luna, a female Saw-whet Owl (Aegolius acadicus)—she’s about the size of a coffee cup and not a large one at that. …more here, Cycroft Photoblog: Saw-Whet Owl.