Rachael and I were sitting in the front veranda in the summer when she noticed a neighbourhood cat stalking something. She stood up and saw a fledgling on the road. We shooed the cat away and moved the bird on our front lawn to at least give it a chance. It eventually jumped up into our shrub and there it stayed into the late hours of the night. I hope it found a way or the strength to get its way back to its family, but somehow I doubt nature skews towards happy endings despite my wishful thinking.
I still think about this guy and wonder if I could have done more to help…
One of the things I never appreciated about Hamilton until people with money moved in and pointed them all out were the waterfalls. I’m still not convinced theyre that amazing, but I need to post something today to satisfy my ‘post-all-December’ challenge, so here’s a picture from earlier in the year taken via my a6000.
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Pictures of a pair of rather brazen racoons in my backyard from the summer.
Lots of photo dumps lately. Here are some shots from recent walks to Gage Park and within the green house. Lovely blue skies.