Two turtles sunning themselves on a rock near Kemptville, Ontario.
A common loon fishing on the river.
A mallard hen takes her 11 ducklings out for a swim.
A wood duck swimming up the river.
A common loon swimming and fishing on the river.
More species of ducks arriving on the river.
This is the first I have seen this type of duck in the river. I believe this is a ring-necked duck.
A cormorant using her feet to gain enough speed to takeoff.
Green heron catches breakfast!
Water rushing over the falls at Hog’s Back in Ottawa.
A mother mallard and her duckling swimming down the river.
Thousands to Canada geese landed on the frozen river behind my house last night.
Here is a cormorant paddling hard on his take-off.
600mm 1/1600 f8 ISO800
Female wood duck swimming on Mud Lake in Ottawa.
400mm 1/500 f6.3 ISO400
A great blue heron takes off from the riverbank, his feet trailing in the water. Herons are great fishing birds, they spend a lot of time standing near the shores of rivers and lakes watching carefully for fish and the right moment to strike.
This photograph was taken with my Canon 7D Mark II camera and a Sigma 150-600 mm lens set at 225 mm. The shutter speed was set for 1/1600 second, the aperture was set to f6.3 and the ISO was set to 800.
In the early morning, a calm is seen over the Lake of Two Rivers in Algonquin Park. This photograph was taken with my Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS60 camera. The shutter speed was set at 1/200 second, the aperture was set at F5.0 and the ISO was set to 80.
December no snow on the ground and no ice on the streams. Looks like a green Christmas this year but it's time to enjoy our family and friends as we celebrate the Season. Here is a recent photography of a small stream near North Gower. This photograph was taken with my Canon 7D camera and a Canon 70-300 mm lens set at 70 mm. The shutter speed was set at 1/100 second, the aperture was set at f16 and the ISO was set at 640.