Sunday Morning, lightly snowing. A shot taken with my oldest camera, the Canon Powershot SX50, out of the bus on the way to the airport. Watched a few interviews with Thomas Leuthard, swiss street photographer, and looked through his photos on Flickr.
Only a few hours available, I picked up my backpack and headed out to Park Angrignon with the plan to train a bit more on video settings, video recording and audio recording. In the hope spotting at least a few ducks, I walked around and unfortunately, I haven’t seen one bird. Later, the only waterfowl so far, a juvenile Hooded Merganser, which I actually missed by staring at my iPhone.Continue reading →
A beautiful Saturday and highly motivated to explore a new place, I decided to go to Moulin Légaré, Saint-Eustache, with the sole purpose to look for Night Herons. It is unusual for me to visit a place where only one species has been reported and especially because the place doesn’t look like having much more to offer and traveling there takes me over an hour. Continue reading →
The original idea, my plan I may say, was to create videos, maybe even longer documentaries, of wildlife in Canada. As usually, I worked on this project not only to get it somehow done but to approach it methodically and fill out all the gaps. Having starting with the small Lumix pocket camera shooting photos of ants on flowers, I prepared a list of what I need to learn on the way to get there. Continue reading →
Still a few hours left before our flight back to Montreal, I walked along Kents Pond, Pippy Park, enjoying the crispy, fresh air and sunshine when this small hawk [Sharp-shinned Hawk] appeared, flying over the lake on search for some breakfast or rather brunch. Continue reading →
For the last day in St. John’s, I decided to take a drive South to Cape Spear, specifically to see if I can spot some whales. Whales indeed appeared and they provided a spectacular show. Continue reading →
It’s about time for a short review on what I have seen so far on my trip to Newfoundland. I still have three days more and I may be able to add some more new observations or I may be able to take better photos of what I have already seen. Continue reading →