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DylanSmart92

DylanSmart92

I just started my own small business making natural beeswax candles and love walks in the forests around my town, taking photos of nature!

Aurora, Ontario, Canada

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DylanSmart92 Spotting
Spotting commented on by DylanSmart92 Beralihela, Southern Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

Adventuring in a new area?

DylanSmart92 Lemon Pansy
Lemon Pansy commented on by DylanSmart92 Beralihela, Southern Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

Love this one. <3

DylanSmart92 Gladeye Bushbrown
Gladeye Bushbrown commented on by DylanSmart92 Bandarawela, Uva Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

I agree, it is also a very good platform for wildlife photography, one of the best ones I've found.

I'm sure you'll be okay with the exams, but good luck.

Time goes by so fast though, so I would just say enjoy it even though it is not always fun. :)

I didn't get to go out to the trail the other day, it was very gloomy, windy, and cool. Winter is coming soon in Canada, although as soon as the next nice day comes I hope to get back out. Maybe explore some newer trails.

DylanSmart92 Gladeye Bushbrown
Gladeye Bushbrown commented on by DylanSmart92 Bandarawela, Uva Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

Oh, I just searched it. There is even a part that says "Butterfly Walk" 🙂
I hope that it opens soon and you catch up on your studies so you can enjoy the wildlife and butterflies there.

I think your garden will definitely work out. We have programs here by the town that will declare your garden a local bee / butterfly garden if you put enough host plants up. It is a very cool program. I would ask you what you are studying, but I don't want to take too much of your time. 😄
It is too bad that this site doesn't have a chat function.

DylanSmart92 Gladeye Bushbrown
Gladeye Bushbrown commented on by DylanSmart92 Bandarawela, Uva Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

Yes, that is a sad reality for pretty much every country at the moment. But that is why it is so important to continue spotting them and learning as much about them as you can. Hopefully they don't get completely eliminated by the buildings. Is there somewhere you can go that is close but just outside your town / city?

DylanSmart92 Gladeye Bushbrown
Gladeye Bushbrown commented on by DylanSmart92 Bandarawela, Uva Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

Aww. :(
Don't worry, you seem very persistent! I'm sure that eventually they will come. And new ones too! :)

DylanSmart92 Common Leopard
Common Leopard commented on by DylanSmart92 Nugegoda, Western Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

I think you are right. 😅

DylanSmart92 Common Leopard
Common Leopard commented on by DylanSmart92 Nugegoda, Western Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

I already looked! 🤭
Oh, okay. Well at least they are going to be used!
I'm glad they were not just dumped, but unfortunately that does happen sometimes here if people can't get rid of their used parts.

DylanSmart92 Common Leopard
Common Leopard commented on by DylanSmart92 Nugegoda, Western Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

Yes, that is exactly what I mean. Although, if you look around the area where I spotted mine, you can see there isn't too much exploring to be done unless you go into the local forests. It is a nice area, but not too much wildlife around me. I see those areas you mention. Do people just drop stuff off there? It actually happens here too in areas where there are no people. Sometimes in the forests I will come across engine parts and car transmissions thrown into the forest.

DylanSmart92 Common Leopard
Common Leopard commented on by DylanSmart92 Nugegoda, Western Province, Sri Lanka2 months ago

Honestly, as I keep looking through the side paths and streets around the area I think it would be amazing to explore, but maybe that is just because it is so different than what I am used to. :)

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