A Wintry Sunrise at Lake Erie Metropark Park

Author’s Note: The original photos were captured back in March 2021 On this day it was just over 17 degrees Fahrenheit or -8 Celsius if you belong to the rest of the world. I honestly do not know why people in the US are so resistant to using the Metric scale, it just makes moreContinue reading “A Wintry Sunrise at Lake Erie Metropark Park”

The American Toad

A fairly common amphibian which is native to the eastern United States and some parts of Ontario, it’s not unusual to see these guys hopping around in late spring. Although they can be tough to spot given at how excellent they camouflage themselves in woodland surroundings. Fun Fact: American toads have glands that allow themContinue reading “The American Toad”

Morning Twilight on the Clinton River

These photos were originally captured back in March 2021 at Shady Side Park in Mount Clemens Michigan. On this particular day, I finished with my shift at my “day” job early. And it just so happened that the finished early enough that I could capture some twilight photos. Fun Fact: The Clinton River gets itsContinue reading “Morning Twilight on the Clinton River”

Painted Turtles

One of the most widespread turtle species that are native to North America. These turtles have a huge range from as far North as Canada, to as far South as to the Northern Mexico As well as both coasts of Atlantic and the Pacific. Fun Fact : Like any reptile, the Painted Turtle is cold-blooded,Continue reading “Painted Turtles”

The Random Animals of Belle Isle

Some of the critters that i found while roaming Belle Isle over the weekend. I must have spent a solid five minutes trying to capture a good shot of this ground hog. He kept sticking his head back into the grass. Don’t you just hate it when your model doesn’t wish to cooperate with you?Continue reading “The Random Animals of Belle Isle”