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Just a little snow sticking to our garden bench.
Queen Anne's Lace in Rouge Park (Markham, Ontario).
The Rouge River last weekend.
I've been watching this tree fungus grow all year. Everyone needs a hobby!
The Rouge River is a five minute walk from where I live.
One of a series of four photos of the hawk that was hunting from my cherry tree. You can see the tail and the back in this set.
A front view of the hawk.
Here's a view of the back of the hawk.
Still trying to identify the hawk from last weekend.
The fresh snow is sticking to the echinacea seed pods and piling up into little hats.
This is the backyard. The cherry tree the hawk was in the other day is on the right.
The view from my front porch.
What a difference a few hours make!
So far there was just a light dusting of snow. We're expecting 5-10 cm (2-4 inches) overnight.
There was a hawk in our cherry tree last weekend. It's not in my bird guide; can anyone identify it?
A close-up of the hawk in our cherry tree.
There's a hawk in the cherry tree. Can you see it? (Taken from the kitchen window.)
Our burning bush was full of berries last weekend.
It's been so warm this Fall in Markham that the forsythia was in bloom last weekend!
Here's a better shot of the guys playing.
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