Our Canada Theme Pic Challenge: Two of a Kind
We asked you to share your original photography that best illustrates “two of a kind,” and you rose to the challenge. These 25 shots in particular had us seeing double-and that’s a beautiful thing!
Quidi Vidi Duo
The talented Mel Diotte snapped this serene scene in Quidi Vidi, Newfoundland. Stunning photo, Mel-thanks for sharing!
Photographer Karen Allin found inspiration in this pretty pair of rain-spattered daylilies.
I guess it was time for a bath! This tender moment between two cuddly tabbies was captured by Wendy Meilleur-Erlendson.
There are always a few leaves that simply refuse to let go in the autumn-and we’re grateful for the welcome pop of colour they provide all winter long! This vibrant hit of red was submitted by Ashley Duffus.
Venus fly traps tend to get all the attention, but they’re not the only carnivorous plant out there! Check out this equally voracious (but much prettier) pair of pitcher plants, shot in Newfoundland by Barbara Kot.
Sheds of Red
Blue skies, golden fields and red-painted sheds-this shot from Darlene DeBoer is a striking composition in primary colours.
Photographer Tracy Hindle identifies these flighty fellows as young cedar waxwings. With their cocked heads, they look as interested in the camera as @thindle is in them!
A Little Bit Country
This consummate cowboy moment was captured by the talented Janice Storch.
What’s prettier than a single pink daisy? Two, of course! Just ask shutterbug Judy Jaarsma.
All eyes-including those of photographer Frank Koenig-were on the skies during the Edmonton airshow at Villeneuve Airport.
Harvest is hard work-but it can be done in half the time if you’ve got two combines! Photographer Frank Koenig snapped this shot in Sturgeon County, Alberta, last September.
A Pair of Chairs
Photographer Beverley Taylor writes, “Our two-of-a-kind chairs bed down for the long Northern Manitoba winter. They’re not alone as the birch trees keep them company till spring.”
The minute it starts raining, these two sisters take to the great outdoors with their plaid umbrellas! Proud grandmother Valerie MacKinnon snapped this adorable shot.
Ready for Take-Off
Does anyone recognize these beautiful birds photographed by Dave Carnahan? We’ve thumbed through our Audubon Bird Guide and can’t come up with a match… Whatever they are, they’re stunning!
Against a blanket of stark white snow, these moose make a striking subject for Darlene’s black and white composition.
“It was February 3, 2016, and the sun was shining bright,” recalls photographer Mel Diotte. “The temperature of 13 degrees Celsius in Windsor, Ontario, was way above our normal winter temp here. I found these two curious fellows peeking out at me from high up in a tree!”