Mount Nemo – Winter woods
I just checked my last post and noted that I have been on a six-month hiatus from photography. A lot has happened in the world over last half year, Europe’s going broke thanks to some dodgy Greek loans, a couple of notable dictators stopped dictating and Vic Toews really, really wants access to all those amusing emails your less tech-savvy relatives forward to you.
A lot has also happened in my world that I’m going to shamelessly use as an excuse for my lack of postings, notably a new job, a new house and newly becoming a father. The last item on the list has kept me active with the camera, however, photos of the bald, noisy, diminutive, (yet oddly loveable) tyrant that keeps me up at night are best left in the world of Facebook where I can annoy my childless friends to no end.
The photo above was taken on a family day hike through Mount Nemo park (I don’t understand the name, it’s clearly an escarpment, I assume that Mr. Nemo was not a very good geologist). I took a few shots of the view from the height of our hike but the photos of the brown, flat, snowless expanse of southern Ontario found their way (deservedly) into the reject bin.