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This photo is of a typical Caledon, Ontario hay field which was cut down and baled up earlier this month. The hay fields are usually cut down late June to early July depending on the weather and if the farmers are lucky sometimes they can get a second cut in the fall. The hay is […]
Here are another two horses showing some love to each other, part of my continuing photo series of horses in the Caledon, Ontario area. Click on the above image for a larger picture.
Ever since my fiance bought her first horse I have photographed a large number of horse photos, this will be the first of a series of pictures of horses taken in the Caledon, Ontario area.
The Cheltenham Brick Works located on Mississauga Rd. just a little bit north of King St. is an old abandoned but preserved fromer brickyard complex, it is not well known and I actually came across it by accident while driving around in Caledon but quite glad I found it. Even though it is fenced off […]
Posted: May 1st, 2011 under Abandoned Houses, Caledon, Photos.
Tags: abandoned house, Abandoned Houses, brick works, brick yard, brickworks, brickyard, Caledon, cheltenham, cheltenham brickworks, hdr, mississauga rd., ontario, Photos
An abandoned house at the corner of Hwy 10 and King Road in Caledon. There was actually a second abandoned house across the street from it as well but this one looked more decrepit so I decided to snap a shot. Photo was enhanced with Photomatix to make it an HDR image based from a […]
A young baby horse with his watchful mother, he was born this weekend at the Hockley Hills School of Horsemanship which is just north of Orangeville. According to Melanie Chin Head Coach and General Manager the Mare’s name is Daylight Dreamer and it was her first baby, she’s a thoroughbred from Kentucky with a dark […]
Even though this winter hasn`t been too bad I still long for the summer… Only a couple more months to go.
Not Caledon related but I recently was in the Banff, Alberta area over the holidays and took a lot of photos of the beautiful, breath-taking area and thought I would share some of the pictures. As a child my family visited Banff, Alberta and surrounding areas many times. The last time I was there however […]
Here is a close up of an adult male Downy Woodpecker. The active little Downy Woodpecker is a familiar sight at backyard feeders and in parks and woodlots, where it joins flocks of chickadees and nuthatches, barely outsizing them. The Downy is the smallest woodpecker in North America and their breeding habitat is usally forested […]
I caught this Red Squirrel red handed invading one of my bird feeders. This little guy has a home further back on my Caledon property but occasionally comes around to raid the bird feeds. Red Squirrel’s actually known as the American Red Squirrel is one of two species of tree squirrel currently classified in the […]