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Yesterday we poked around in the rain and went to Parry Sound via the (in)famous Skerryvore Community Road.
This Ring-billed Gull was very interested in the portable blind and came through the heavy rain for an inspection.
Raindrop on White Spruce tip in my driveway:
Yes, an instant later it did fall. That drop looks like it was stretching before releasing. It would be neat to capture the separation in slow motion. (A challenge?)
I have photographed this triangle many times, every time different. But composed the same every time. Can you suggest a different composition?
I didn’t risk a soaker in a wet peat bog to get this flower up close. Notice the laurel leaves and very pretty 5-sepal blossom with those spots. Very poisonous to livestock so it was first called Lambkill, Sheepkill, Pigkill etc. Sheep Laurel.
Always on the trail of warbler, this American Redstart was a long ways away on this black ash tree, singing and gleaning insects.
After the American Restart left, this American Yellow Warbler started doing the same thing. First time I’ve seen a Yellow in an ash tree as they usually frequent willows and poplars.
And finally a couple of scenic shots as the rain lightened up. Big (Gereaux) Lake and Twin Rivers:
Nice countryside, even in the rain!
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