We haven’t been out and about much this last month. We have had a few outings which we’ve enjoyed and the camera is always ready. My husband and I go on days without the wind since it makes the minus temperatures feel so much colder.
Along the north shore, at North Rustico,
a fisherman statue in the harbour was frozen in.
Just outside the harbour, there is open water this year.
The fisherman looked a bit different as part of this scene with a crow and some shrubs.
At Orby Head, west of North Rustico, black objects floating on the water were interesting and required a look. When I focussed on the closest one, it was this female Common Eider duck.
I had never seen one before so this was a thrill, though not a great photo due to the distance involved.
The final photo comes from the Mill River Resort where we went snowshoeing recently with our family. The Prince Edward Island sign was partially buried in the snow at that time.
I’d like to see that sign after the snowstorm which started last night and continues today.
It is interesting to see the difference in natural light on these separate occasions. I didn’t change settings on the camera, I rarely do or do anything in post. We’ve had many grey days as in the first four photos. The blue light was a welcome change.