Delicate and rhythmic shadows of a leafless birch on winter snow.
One of the sights that make winter special.
Often, interesting details like this get missed on one’s daily journey to whatever destination.
One of our downtown businesses housed in a building that has seen many winters.
Look up, look waaaay up!
North Bay is blessed with a number of murals on otherwise blank walls. They add to the pleasant experience of being downtown.
Places like alleyways and narrow lanes become less threatening and more comfortable for people passing through.
This small detail is from one such mural.
Some who live here might be challenged to identify its location. Others already know where it is.
A small wetland beside Tower Drive.
The definition of “Sensuous”.
A Mid Winter reminder of a part of the North that is currently frozen under 3 feet of snow.
I will go skiing tomorrow but this will be in the back of my mind.
Time for another Summer Reminder:
I hope this makes you feel a bit warmer.
It does for me!
Looking through the windshield in the parking lot.
Better turn on the wipers.
Driving in a snowstorm can identify fools and idiots. Those are people who think it is still summer. Conditions like this require that those people stay home.
Here in North Bay, the majority of people have adapted to the reality of winter.
Gently falling snow covers everything delicately, softening the outlines of objects on the land.
It is quiet and calm.
There was a marvellous snow day yesterday. Snow stayed on everything and there was little wind.
It’s cold and snowing today. I thought that I would post a photo to warm you up.
This is Lake Nipissing on a July day last summer.
More Winter tomorrow.
My front lawn on a snowy day.
I was in Meaford the other day and visited a giant “Outlet Store” full of stuff.
I saw these items and was taken by the geometry and light. I don’t know what they are used for but the arrangement was attractive.
I venture that they might hold candles to light the back yard on warm summer nights. There is also an old-time feel about them.