Saturday, October 16, 2010

Lake Erie: October 16, 2010

Port Stanley: East side – 10:45 AM. The leaves are starting to come off the trees. There are two eagles in the photo - one in the tree on the cliff edge near the centre and one in the tree close to the centre of the right edge of the photo.

Port Stanley: East side – 10:45 AM.

Port Stanley: East side – 5:00 PM. After several days of being very quiet, the Lake and the wind are stirring. 

Friday, October 15, 2010

Lake Erie: October 15, 2010

Tyrconnell: This afternoon. Cleo and I played hooky today and went to Tyrconnell. The object for her was to run around and just be a dog (and see how much sand she could bring home). The object for me was to just - be. We'll both sleep well tonight.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Lake Erie: October 14, 2010

Port Stanley: East side – 10: AM. A bit of autumn splendour courtesy of the tree at the end of the street.

Port Stanley: East side – 10:30 AM. A sleeping Lake after a rainy night.  

Port Stanley: West side – 4:30 PM. One of many clusters of showers that wandered through the area today. 

Port Stanley: Main Beach – 4:45 AM. A day at the beach. 

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Lake Erie: October 13, 2010

Port Stanley: Harbour – 6:15 PM. A rainy evening creeping in. 

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Lake Erie: October 12, 2010

Port Stanley: Harbour – 6:30 PM. Another golden fall day - I can't help but think we'll have to pay big-time for this. 

Monday, October 11, 2010

Lake Erie: October 11, 2010

Port Stanley: Harbour – 5:45 PM. The day is finally clouding over and settling in for a showery evening with distant thunder storms. For us, the rain stayed to the North-East and we stole another perfect day.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Lake Erie: October 10, 2010

Port Stanley: Harbour – 11:30 AM. The Lake is quiet after a couple of days of winds from the East, usually a sign of unsettled weather - but not today. The rain will come tomorrow but today we were spoiled.   

Port Stanley: East side – 5:30 PM. A bit of mist creeping in after a wonderful day that was blissfully warm with that tangy freshness only found in the fall.