Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Swimming against the current for watery Wednesday and Outdoor Wednesday




Sometimes you can see a flash of silver telling you that they have flipped over as they float back down over the falls that they have just encountered.
                                                        This one has made it through.!
When I go to the falls I wander around the woods there
 looking for wildflowers like the purple violets above.
Yesterday I found Wood Anemone in bloom.


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18 comments:

hobbyentusiast said...

Such great pictures. It must be awsome to watch this.I look forward to the summerseason here in Norway. Right now its a bit snow left.
I like your pictures. Its great. Have a wonderful day.

Judy said...

I have never seen the fish swimming upstream to spawn - only photos and on TV. It is amazing, even so. One day, I will see it in reality.

Kingsdowner said...

Stunning - must be one of the great sights in nature.

Kingsdowner said...

Stunning - must be one of the great sights in nature.

luna miranda said...

wow. fabulous photos! i've seen salmon swimming upstream at the fish ladder in Seattle. truly amazing!

Hood Photo Blog said...

Those are amazing photos! Thanks for sharing!

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Its a tough life for those poor fish. Valerie

eileeninmd said...

Cool photos of the fish, great captures! Your photos are lovely.

Erica said...

Great photos, they look amazing. I've never been to your part of Canada, always stayed in Toronto.Would love to visit that part of Canada. Thanks for sharing. :-)

Mary said...

wow...how difficult to get photos of fish jumping up stream! Great shots!

A and Y Ikeda said...

Wow! The fish photo is amazing. I've always read about those species that return upstream to spawn, but never actually seen it in real life.
What a fabulous photo!

Denise said...

I am so impressed that you captured the fish so clearly. Fantastic Ann, and as always I have enjoyed every photo you have shared. Thank you!

Ann said...

Wonderful photo's of the Salmon returning upstream to their spawning grounds. It must be great to see it in reality.

cat said...

Great shots of the poor fish trying so hard to get upstream :)

Lindz said...

what a fantastic photo of the fish, not easy to take a shot like that

one planet said...

intresting ..tks

ms toast burner said...

Being a fish seems like such hard work! Whew!

Excellent photos!

diane said...

That must be an awesome sight watching the fish climb up stream.