Today I start with three shots taken on three different days in Guelph, at roughly the same spot. There is a wetland area neighbouring the retirement home where my father lives.
Railroads run through the city. This first view looks northwest from a spot near Woolwich and Speedvale.
And this looks southeast along the same track, back to where I was in the above shot. Woodlawn Cemetery is the area at left. A newer portion of the cemetery is actually along the right hand side of the track.
The Speed River, downslope from my father's home, stays open all winter, and so Canada geese remain here through the season, coming up from the river on a regular basis, such as with these four seen from the living room window.
I was awake early enough on a couple of days to get dawn views.
I headed into the nearby Riverside Park for a walk. The bandstand is quiet through the winter.
The river keeps flowing. There are signs that beavers are in the area, with the odd tree that's been gnawed on.
A pedestrian bridge crosses the Speed River in the park. This view looks upstream.
And this looks downstream.
Further downstream in the park, a windmill stands alongside the river.