A January Walk

We had another break between rain storms.  A three day break of beautiful sunny days, cool and crisp, and it drew me outside for the one mile walk to the end of our road and back. Not a long walk, and one I’ve done many many times, but I didn’t feel like driving somewhere to go for a walk. Time to breathe in a bit of nature again. Many may think that a cold January morning doesn’t offer much to photograph, but I grabbed my camera as I headed out.  There may not be blossoms, or snowscapes, or stormclouds in the sky to photograph, but I still managed to find a few photo-worthy shots.  They’re there if one slows down and looks.

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Mossy fence rail
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Tiny forest of moss
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Saxifragae finding a way
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Cyclament are colonizing nicely
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Woodpeckers have been busy on this paperbark maple
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Robin stops for sun in an October Glory maple

 

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