Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Eaton Hall Lake or Lake Jonda...


Here's a photo of Eaton Hall Lake (Lake Jonda) at Seneca College King I had not seen before.   I came across it on urbexbarrie.blogspot.com/.   The view is due south and although it appears to have been taken in the recent past, it does not show the new massive, multi-million dollar Seneca College Campus Magna Hall, which opens in September.
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Barry Wallace


Monday, August 20, 2018

Mourning Dove's morning dip...

Photo by Barry Wallace
Mourning Doves use and seem to appreciate the backyard birdbaths as much as all the other birds that use them.   This hot summer has meant that the birdbaths are constantly being replenished.   It's a small chore though compared to the joy of watching a bird bathe.
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Barry Wallace

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Rose of Sharon finally blooming...

Photo by Barry Wallace
...and bumblebees are pleased.
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Barry Wallace

Saturday, August 18, 2018

30 days from today...


SCHOMBERG STREET GALLERY
Sunday, September 16
10 am. to 5 pm.
Free Admission

Artist: BRIDGETTE GRANTON

Artist: Carlo Allion

Artist: ANN REIMER

Artist: BILL LUNSHOF


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Barry Wallace

Friday, August 17, 2018

Ferns losing the fight...

Photo by Barry Wallace
The ferns in the garden have put a good fight against this summer's scorching heat, but they are are starting to wilt, despite the attempts to keep them well-watered.  I hate to see them fading but it was a great show while they lasted.
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Barry Wallace

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Still awaiting camera repairs...

 Photos by Barry Wallace

Photos from a summer past at Dog Tales Sanctuary


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Barry Wallace

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Photo from the past...

Photo: Barry Wallace
Here's a photo taken several years ago on the Green Lane, between Weston Road and King's 7th Concession, near the Hydro tower-line.    These auto remnants were eventually scavenged and what was left ultimately disappeared, beneath a few years of the King Ridge forest's ground-cover.
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Barry Wallace