One of the many wood frogs seen at the pond this spring.
Camera: Canon EOS 60D, Exposure Time: 1/500, Aperture: f/5.6, ISO: 400, Focal Length: 400mm
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Decided to visit the Muttart Conservatory today after being reminded of it by a friend. I realized I had never actually been there even though I’d lived in Edmonton since 1985. It was interesting, although the ‘Feature’ pyramid with its winter theme was more than a little over-poinsettia’d. The smell and humidity of the Temperate and Tropical pyramids were a very nice change from the winter outside. The Arid pyramid was also nice, reminding me of Palm Springs and New Mexico. Here’s a handful of the shots I took, please feel free to click on them if you would like to see them in a larger size.