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Canadians love Tim Hortons and here is proof:

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Took this picture while walking along the trail beside Etobicoke Creek:

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Anybody know what these ducks are?

Canada Geese? :P

Must be some sort of get-together:

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Took this picture while walking along the trail beside Etobicoke Creek:

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Anybody know what these ducks are?

Mallards. Very common in this part of the world.

Dan

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First one was taken infront of my hose with this weird bug looking thing was on my wicker basket.

Second one was taken along the belleville waterfront trail and its a great blue heron.

Third was taken in my backyard of 2 bullfrogs in my pond.

forth was taken in my backyard of a bullfrog in the grass.

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First one was taken in front of my house with this weird bug looking thing was on my wicker basket.

That's a grass hopper or a cricket.

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Green caterpillar things repelling down from trees. Litterally blankets of these things in places. After coming out of the trees.

Although I did crop the image in a bit, I was pretty impressed with the macro capabilites of the lens. Image was shot at F8, 200mm (320mm equivalent) and the bug was only an inch or two from my lens.

As well, some wildlife passing a few buses in Medicine Hat.

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