The adventuresome life of a Great Pyrenees/Newfoundland dog in Northwestern Ontario

Another of the Creeks on the 'Estate'

Another of the Creeks on the ‘Estate’

Further down the same creek.

Further down the same creek.

Some interesting colour on a Paper Birch. Elizabeth likes tree trunks at this time of year... more coming...

Some interesting colour on a Paper Birch. Elizabeth likes tree trunks at this time of year… more coming…

The base of a Balsam Fir snag. Snags are dead and topless tree trunks in which birds and animals like to make homes.

The base of a Balsam Fir snag. Snags are dead and topless tree trunks in which birds and animals like to make homes.

Here's the top of the same snag. An orange fungus has also made this its home...

Here’s the top of the same snag. An orange fungus has also made this its home…

These are all taken in The Swamp. I had two parties to guard, so I was too busy to pose. Kay and Malcolm were on a walk and Brook and Elizabeth were on a photo safari. It’s a busy day when I must run back and forth keeping danger at bay for two groups, let alone one!

Three Sisters mini

Sphagnum 1 mini

Shelf Fungi mini

Paper Birch Trunk mini

Mosses 1 mini

Hummock mini

Death in the Forest mini

Bracken Fern Moss and All mini

Balsam Fir Trunk mini

Baby Blanket mini

Willow in the Swamp mini

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Comments on: "Spring in My Boreal Realm" (12)

  1. I love the fresh green color :o)

  2. Wow, such amazing photos! Whee love them, looks like a pawesome place!
    The Pigs xx

  3. Great photos but I shudder to think what would happen to a small very white dog in there. There may not be enough dog shampoo in the world to bring him back.

    • Elizabeth won’t let me in the house today. I’m wet & black from the belly down. So, yes. A place for SMALL white dogs to avoid, definitely! BOL

  4. Renée de Bruin said:

    Beautiful!

  5. It all looks very pretty and great to splash about!

    • I had a great time yesterday. Got some real mudding in! ~:oP= I was so dirty that the two-leggers wouldn’t let me in for supper. I had to “dine out”, BOL.

  6. Lovely photos xx

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