The first of the spring flowers is always the crocus.
The explosion of Spring Colours can begin anytime now!
The shore of Lake Nipissing is a fine place to spend a part of the afternoon on your day off.
Colours and patterns typical of Spring ice as it slowly leaves the lake.
It will be some time before the Ice-Out Lotteries can pay off.
Main Street 11:00 am Friday Morning. Entertainment.
Texture and Colour and Line and Pattern
New graffiti in the Bay!
Very nice blues.
There is some quality to this presentation. Not great art but not thoughtless vandalism either.
The tap is open on Duschesnay Falls.
Spring run-off allows the falls to show its exciting side.
Jennifer’s cats watch the back yard.
Just like Statler & Waldorf.
We had a family gathering in Barrie for Easter Weekend. Sunday involved the “Easter Parade” on the waterfront where all enjoyed the first warm day in ages.
The central feature of the waterfront is “Spirit Catcher“.
A magnificent dynamic sculpture.
We have been very impatient with the weather this Spring. It is taking forever for the ice to disappear.
One year ago tomorrow, this was the scene on One Mile Bay, Trout Lake.
It’s very similar today.
How quickly we forget.
More shots of hungry woodpeckers.
This little woodpecker has found the peanuts.
Haven’t seen a Blue jay yet.
Three inches of snow on the ground this morning have put a major hold on Spring.
As a public service and to keep spirits up, here is a reminder of what’s to come.
The railway bridge at Huntsville.