Autumn is the best time of the year around here. It's easy to see why. What's amazing is how the "carpet" on the forest floor varies so radically from one spot to the next. Go a few meters in one direction and there are more oaks and less maples, for example. It shows. There's still … Continue reading The best time of the year
Not much to say here; just a quick roundup of some of my favourite images taken this weekend.
Monday afternoon in the suburbs, Coronavirus edition. I decided to take advantage of the beautiful blue skies and relative warmth (13°C, but windy!!) and go out for a little bike ride to get some fresh air and clear my mind.
This is a bit of what I saw.
Where’d everybody (not) go?
Things started getting “real” here in Ottawa on Friday the 13th (coincidence? I think not!) when they declared that all federally-operated museums in Ottawa (and across Canada, for that matter) were shutting down “until further notice” due to COVID-19.
My oh my how time flies. September and October were a blur—in my mind Labour Day was just last weekend—and by all indications, November and December will zip by just as quickly. From my perspective, September and October are arguably the absolute BEST months of the year in these parts (Ottawa, nicely sandwiched between Toronto … Continue reading Tempus Fugit