20170118-28 January Thaw

We had a long thaw in January 2017, encouraging birdies to forage, exposing ground and causing waterways to flow.  Some examples:

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Ground is showing on Hwy 554 near Dillon …

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Pine Siskins foraging for grit …

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Oil storage tanks come down at the CPR Britt fuel facility….

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Water on the thin (10cm) ice at St Amants dockage ….

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Roaring Magnetawan River at Ahmic Lake outflow …

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Classic silo near Town of Magnetawan …

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Late afternoon on Hwy 159 …

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What can follow a thaw?  Yes, some cold sunshiny days, which ended our month of January.

4 thoughts on “20170118-28 January Thaw

  1. Hi Hi and THANK YOU – really liked the birds’ pixs and the “Ahmic Lake” reminded me of your much-previous Malaysia pix.. ‘It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.’ ..Henry David Thoreau plus this one ..”Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, Or what’s a heaven for?” Andrea del Sarto

    • Thanks Kris,
      Remind me of the much-previous Malaysia pix! They have gone into my memory vortex!
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  2. The photo of the jay is stunning!!! Love the contrast in colour between the bird and the background!

    • Thanks Marilyn,
      Yes, that photo was taken with my wonderful Leica 100-400 mm (200-800 mm EFL) lens on the Panasonic Lumix GH4 camera. Great colour rendition with very little work in Lightroom post processing. That is a case where good focusing with good equipment yields good results.
      t

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