Science & Nature

The Night Sky at the Mill of Kintail

Country Street Bee Tree

by Neil Carleton I’ve never seen bees active in winter before, or sampled wild honey on snow. February 7th was a memorable day on Country Street. The...

Thinking globally, acting locally

 by Theresa Peluso Here we are at the start of the year 2012! I always feel that the new year is yet another chance to...

Here Last Week, Gone Today

Sputtering with mouth agape, I just couldn’t believe my eyes. To any passerby, it might even have looked comical. It was there the other...

Canada’s declining reputation

This is what we’re known for: being the only country to renege on our pledge in Kyoto in 1998 to reduce our carbon emissions   The...

Towering Giants

  They’re towering giants that live amongst us, and they’re much older than anybody in the community. These are the shady characters of renown we...

River Sentinel

 by Neil Carleton    Although the view along the Mississippi River at Almonte was considerably different in the mid 1800s, at least two local landmarks...

On the Trail of Tracks

 by Neil Carleton At this time of the year, the shadows are longer when I’m out in the morning.  The ground is still damp before...

Neil Carleton’s stunning nature studies in acrylic

Two Beeches and a Hemlock Beech Leaves Yellow Birch Bark Under The Hand Lens Leaf Motif 2 Photos and Paintings © Neil Carleton

Perth Street beauty

The shady character for October is a front yard tree. This month I’ve picked an urban example, and I hope you’ll have to chance...

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