First, a few more from the flooded woodland path that I showed last week, the initial picture being peanut shells adjacent to a property that feeds the birds.
|I just like the impression of the grasses through the water.|
|The shape appealed to me.|
Now, for some of flooded parkland, the first being JJ and friends in our neighbourhood park. The second is a throw-in of a feisty looking robin in the same park.
The rest are from the town's main park by the river. Sue and I sometimes take a coffee and sit in the parking lot by the boat ramp when the weather is too cool or rainy to sit outside. While we have often seen it somewhat flooded in spring, we have never seen it like this.
It is so flooded that a canoe was able to paddle where there is normally dry land.
Then they paddled away upriver, but even here they were over the usual dry bank. The second photo is just a crop of the first.
The flooding has made early spring photos are little more interesting than usual because, as you can see, the branches are still pretty stark and bare.