My story relates to the beaver shots in this post. I have a favourite area at the east track beaver pond which is a natural rock chair surrounded by blueberry plants. The bears have eaten all the blueberries now, but it's still a comfortable rest area. I use my hat, the usual wide brimmed affair, to rest my camera in while I get settled . Not a good idea in this fog. As I picked it up I saw two black wolf cubs in the pond frolicking ,but my lens had fogged over, and I was too late getting another lens on the camera. I have only seen one other black wolf in my travels up here. Well seeing was great, although the thrill of some photos would have been greater.
Opposite, and the previous photo are of the sun rising ,and trying to burn off the fog in the initial part of the hike.
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|Abandoned East Track.|
|Close Up 2|
|This duck formation needs some work.|
|Swamp Sparrow Fanning Tail|
|The watching Raven.|
|And the shy Louie.|
|Beaver feeding on his cache.|
|New England Asters?|
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