Looks like it might look in the middle of summer, except…
Abstract rhythm in the grass.
It is a continual search for lunch when you are a bird.
The goldfinches have arrived to compete with the chickadees, the nuthatches and the purple finches.
Oak trees wait forever to drop their leaves. These should have fluttered to the ground about 5 months ago but they are still hanging on.
There has to be a prize for such tenacity.
See a companion shot at my Tumblr blog.
“…I would like to say…”
I guess this could also be titled, “Stump Speech”.
Not much more than white green and black outside.
But inside there is colour.
These grow right beside Peninsula Road.
Yes, I know that you would prefer Spring photographs, but this was made on the first day of Spring, so…
The delicacy of the branches and the snowflakes attracted me to this little bush. Yes, it’s not green. Suck it up!
Actually this photo was made on Spring Day 1.
Last year Trout Lake was ice-free on May 1.
About a month of winter to go if we’re lucky!
However, Mother Nature can do what she pleases.
It’s the first day of Spring. Let’s have a picnic!
Sometimes snow takes different forms naturally.
For Pam, who is tired of winter and wants something green.
And Penny, too.
During Winter, patterns are available that are not during the other times of year.
Winter has provided visual gifts over the past weekend. Here is one.