Water, Water Everywhere – #59

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As many of you know I live very close to water, all year round. On a recent walk I took these photos from the park at the bottom of our street. The water is Lake Ontario.

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Water, Water Everywhere – #58

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On our daily walk today it was a bit drizzly but mild. Most of the snow has melted leaving lots of icy patches and puddles. Not only were we surrounded by the waters of Lake Ontario but we had to step carefully around and over these wet patches on the path.

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Water, Water Everywhere – November 27, 2020

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The Pond in Col. Sam Smith Park

On our walk today I noticed that the water levels in Lake Ontario and the pond that feeds into the lake are considerably lower than what we’ve begun to consider normal. My husband and I were discussing the theories as to why this happens. With the polar ice cap melting we would expect it to rise so a lot of strange conspiratorial theories were being thrown about to our amusement.

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Water, Water Everywhere – November 24, 2020

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Which do you like better….portrait or landscape?

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Water, Water Everywhere – #50

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On our little get-a-way last week we stopped at Albion Falls in Hamilton. I love waterfalls and Hamilton has over 100 of them tucked behind the trails of the Niagara Escarpment that cuts through the city. Albion Falls is one of the more popular ones. It is almost as wide (18 metres) as it is tall (19 metres) and is visible from two viewing platforms, but there is currently no access to the bottom.

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Water, Water Everywhere – #47

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My favourite time of day to take photos…the golden hour. This is the view from the park at the bottom of my street.

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Water, Water, Everywhere – #46

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As many of you know I am always close to water. I live next to Lake Ontario and my cottage is on Georgian Bay. This past weekend I closed the cottage for the summer. I took one final walk on the beach Sunday morning and was greeted by the beautiful mist that was coming off the lake. Clearly the water was warmer than the air.

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