Back riding my own bike after getting it back from the shop, and riding less often as I’d like because of a week of solid rain.
One of the pathways near the duck pond was flooded during the recent rain. the ducks have moved in, and were happily swimming among the trees.
ducks have returned to the pond near campus. they returned before the snow melted, but the ice kept them from being very happy about it, until now…
The global headquarters for SMART Technologies, reflected across a partially frozen duck pond.
Evan skates on the pond in Bowness Park, on an absolutely gorgeous afternoon.
he saw some people using proper speed skating form, and decided to try it out. he does like the speed…
two of our good friends got married today, in a beautiful outdoor ceremony – in calgary, in october. absolutely spectacular, in all ways.
one of the ducks coming to check me out as I ditch a jacket on the ride to campus. won’t be long before they all head south.
the pathway along the duck pond near campus, in full autumn colour.
a calm early autumn morning at the duck pond near campus. the ducks are still there (and are swimming toward me in this photo, looking to mooch some breakfast).
I stopped by the duck pond to shed my jacket before getting to campus. These little guys were sure I had some breakfast to share with them. They’re certainly less shy than they were in the spring. Also, a little bigger…