With temperatures dipping below freezing and the sun staying abed until approximately 7:20 AM, winters is definitely marching toward us. We were out hiking early, well before sunrise, and accidentally startled a huge flock of Canada Geese with our headlamps. There was such a large number of them taking to flight that it sounded likeContinue reading “Daydreaming of Faery Spaces”
A quick little pop in, because it has been quite some time, to share a few photos from yesterday’s hike. I promise to be back with some woolly goodness soon …. Especially since I’ve been spending a lot of time working on my long draw spinning … but more about that at a later date.Continue reading “Samhain Rambles”
We’ve been taking full advantage of the nice weather and hitting the local trails. One of our favourites is Cardigan River Trails. Cardigan River Trails are situated behind the ball diamonds west of Cardigan. It is a picturesque wooded area that hosts a wide variety of bird and plant species. Pictures above is an emptyContinue reading “Cardigan Trail”
One of my favourite things to do on days off is hike one of the many wonderful trails we have here in Prince Edward Island. Today I chose to do Selkirk Forest. It is one of the shorter trails (only approximately 5kms) but it is quite varied in scenery and the types of forest. YouContinue reading “Saturday Trail Time”
Photos of today’s sunrise from the beach.
I spend most of my morning walks during the winter in darkness. The dark mornings hold a special kind of beauty …. brightly sparkling stars, the Milky Way, and on full moon days I get to switch off my headlamp and walk under the moonlight. I love my quiet time in the mornings. On theContinue reading “Capturing Morning Light”
One of the things I love most about morning hikes here in PEI is the changeable nature of the light. All of these photos were taken within an approximately 40 minute time span. We’ve got blues shifting to more vibrant colors as the sun peeked up and then shifting to grey as the snow settledContinue reading “Shifting Light”
I found my new favourite hiking trail and took some photos along the way. There were so many old and beautiful hemlock, birch, maple, and beech trees. I’m really looking forward to spending more time here.