Gorgeous Green-Hued Photos From Across Canada
From moss-covered forests to the colours of a hummingbird’s plumage, check out these green-themed photos captured by Our Canada shutterbugs.
“Here’s a monarch caterpillar, soon to become a monarch butterfly,” writes Isabelle Marozzo. “I have many milkweed plants in my flower garden, so I have plenty of food for monarchs!”
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Karen Allin paid a visit to the Bradley Museum in Mississauga, Ontario, and happened upon this impressive reenactment of the War of 1812. We’ve never seen those sharp forest green uniforms before!
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“My daughter, Shelly, has the most magnificent vegetable garden,” writes photographer Paula Brown of Ottawa. “I love the lush green colour of the lettuce.”
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Alexandra Fontaine captured this stunning photo on a hike through the moss-covered trees on Bear Mountain in Mission, B.C.
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Through the leaves
Ann Lane of Cobourg, Ontario, zoomed in on our green photography challenge with this impressive macro shot.
You’ll find more of Ann’s incredible snaps in this gallery of nature photos from across Canada.
You can’t see me!
Talk about mastering the art of camouflage! The hummingbird practically blends in with the green lilac bush in this pic by Norma Howes.
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While on vacation in Alaska, Fred Allin of Etobicoke, Ontario, snapped this photo on the approach to the city of Skagway. Even the locomotive manages to tie-in with our “green photography” theme!
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Photo: Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier of Magnetawan, Ontario, didn’t have far to travel to snap this impressive wildlife pic. “Our yard is a favourite place for snapping turtles to dig nests in and lay their eggs,” she writes. “This lady here is on her way back to the marsh that is beside our house. This darn pandemic didn’t stop them!”
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From afar, the bands of green trees seem to mark the contours of Mount Kerkeslin in Jasper National Park. Truly a sight to behold!
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It seems like the most common colour for Muskoka chairs is red, but this green grouping looks just as inviting! Beach days are just around the corner…
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