365/365: The End.
Turn out the lights, I’m done! Today marks my second photo-a-day 365 project completion. I’ve had a lot of fun with these projects but for 2014 I’m on to something different. Most of my posts ongoing will be on my Flickr site at http://www.flickr.com/photos/gregorypleau/
Thanks for following the projects!
A collection of marked down for quick sale Christmas ornaments at our local discount retailer. Really, the time between Christmas and New Year’s is when to buy your Christmas decorations
363/365: Hello, Red.
Closeup on a poinsetta in Chatham. What can I say, I’m a fan of the closeup on a flower - particularly ones with bold colours.
362/365: Icy Aftermath.
Well, first was the ice storm … and those get followed by melts. Today, much to the relief of our town’s hydro company, we got our warmer temperatures. This is what remains of the ice on my maple tree - we had a morning full off icicle bombs that turn into this after impact.
361/365: Crystal Chandelier.
This is on the Elora Cataract Trail while geocaching on Friday night with the BFL Crew. I had a couple of my friends hold their flashlights on the other side of these fallen branches (well, trees actually) and that lit up the ice storm “crystal” rather well.
360/365: Boxing Day Bliss.
Well, I ended out doing the retail thing on Boxing Day, but at least I had a latte handy. I love these little stir sticks that seal the Starbucks lids too.
359/365: What Lindsay Got.
This is a view of the weather that my mom’s place in Lindsay got while we had our ice storm.
358/365: Credit River Icescape.
A panorama view of the Credit River Valley from Armstrong Avenue in Georgetown. This shows some of the tree damage that occurred as well.
This is my street after the ice storm that hit our area. At this point, we’ve got the lights back on and the snow cleared so we can start to appreciate some of the beauty that nature brought us as well.
356/365: The Norval Shoe Tree, After the Ice Storm.
This is the view after the second day of freezing rain. Norval at the time this photo was taken had no power and this is one of the few trees in town that got away undamaged.