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Adventures New and Old

December 30, 2018
Grizzly fishing for Kokanee Salmon

It is almost 2019. The winter solstice is past and days are getting slowly longer. Now is a time for remembering old adventures and anticipating new ones. Many of my reflections are tied up with my favourite photos from 2018: the first grizzly seen at Kokanee Creek in 20 years; the Trumpeter Swans on Kootenay Lake; an American Dipper chick (and its siblings) in the nest; shore birds on the beach at Kokanee Creek; the black bear cub and sow at Six Mile; the Merlin that caught a Flicker right in front of me; the Redtail Hawk that frequented Kootenay Lake for awhile; the Osprey nest at Taghum; and the Western Grebes and Great Blue Herons on the Nelson Waterfront.

There is so much more I could say about 2018, but on this sunny, snowy winter’s day, I am looking forward to the new adventures just over the horizon.

Here’s to the future awaiting us all – I wish you the best of years in 2019!

all images and writing copyright J.A. Siderius 2018.

7 Comments
  1. Sharron Thomason permalink

    You are an amazing photographer and thank you so much for sharing your photos. I look forward to seeing you new ones in 2019. Happy New Year to you and your family.

  2. Helga permalink

    Beautiful Joanne Happy New Year

  3. Great photos! The best part of living here is the wildlife IMO 🙂 Hope you have a great New year 🙂

  4. Susan Hammond permalink

    Beautiful photos, Joanne – so good for the soul and a wonderful way to start off 2019. I love your blog and your FB postings of the trail cam.

    Happy New Year to you!

    Susie

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