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    Winter Leaves

    Not landscape, but I don't know where else to put these.
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    Winter 2019-2020

    It's autumn by the calendar but winter by any reasonable assessment where I live. Yesterday morning.
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    Autumn 2019

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    Dog playing in the Pacific, Victoria BC

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    Mule deer

    This girl came for breakfast in our backyard a couple of days ago. She enjoyed chewing on our chokecherry bush, some lilac twigs and flower stems and leaves that are just beginning to pop up.
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    Mule deer

    This girl came for breakfast in our backyard a couple of days ago. She enjoyed chewing on our chokecherry bush, some lilac twigs and flower stems and leaves that are just beginning to pop up.
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    Scene from Victoria BC

    Colour rendition of a previous B&W posting. There're some interesting reflections in the windows.
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    Old stone building

    Off Wharf Street, Victoria BC
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    Dog on stony Pacific beach

    :)
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    Waterside homes

    Inner harbour, Victoria BC
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    Indoor koi pond

    Hotel lobby koi pond with reflections from the ceiling lights
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    Overlooking Victoria BC

    Last February
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    Playing fetch

    :)
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    Cherry trees on View Street, Victoria BC

    7D + Tokina 11-16mm lens
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    Winter, 2018-2019

    I know it's still officially autumn, but we got our second snowfall of the year last night. It was heavier than the first. That one melted away and this one is on the march, too. I thought I'd start a WINTER thread now since we've been graced with the white stuff earlier than usual.
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    Autumn, 2018

    Same tree stand on margin of high school running track... 1. Fujifilm X-T10 + 56mm f/1.2 APD 2. 5DMII + 50mm f/1.4 USM
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    Ramp

    Ramps at the National Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg...
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    The Modern Office

    Vignettes from the National Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba... These are not displays, of course, but some of the museum offices.
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    Miscellaneous Wildlife

    Not too much to snap around here at the moment, so I decided to do an informal portrait of one of the neighbours: Richardson's ground squirrel (known around here erroneously as a gopher) playing peek-a-boo with me this morning.
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    Juvenile pronghorns

    The first pronghorns I've seen this season. The shot is a bit soft as a result of atmospheric heat haze but I like it anyway. :)