These photos were taken at my local Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. These injured animals are being cared for with the hope that they can soon return to the wild.
Photos from my motion-detection camera that I have set up in my backyard.
Taken around 7am when the light was stunningly bright and vibrant. Sometimes it’s worth it to go out in the -20 degree weather to witness nature’s beauty. It’s a good thing I got out there while I could because this light show was over in 5 minutes.
During the school day, we students go about our days totally unaware of the work that goes on behind the scenes. I got the chance to find out a bit more about these operations during the hour I spent shadowing our head custodian Al. He started working the night shift as every newcomer does, then steadily worked his way up to the job he has now, as head custodian. I always used to think of custodial work as a tedious and dirty job but Al insists that he enjoys it. “I’m a laborer” He told me when I asked about his previous jobs. He said he wouldn’t be doing what he’s doing if he didn’t enjoy it. As a student, I don’t usually worry about the people who keep my school up and running. It was an eye-opening hour to see the behind the scenes workings of our school.
On a recent flight the light was particularly beautiful coming through the window.
Taken with my iPhone.
The winter holidays are always such a nice time to see family and friends. I hope everyone has a happy New Year!
*Canon Rebel t3 w/40 mm fixed lens
Sometimes it’s good to be reminded of how small we really are.
30 second exposure w/ 5.6 f-stop and 400 ISO.