Afternoon on Trout Lake.
Early growth along the shoreline. Fresh flowers.
The life cycle begins again.
Bedraggled dandelion gone to seed after the rain today.
In the field beside Hwy 63 are several randomly scattered apple trees. At one time this may have been an orchard.
Last year none bloomed. This year they are blooming again.
Perhaps every second year is the pattern?
The tulips are blooming in The Heritage Gardens on the Waterfront.
Best go see them before it’s over for this year.
Last summer these were flowers.
Elegant shapes remain.
Beginning the day with a stiff neck is very irritating!
It is important that one start with the appropriate exercise.
Spring comes to Laurier Woods.
I’m just discovering Laurier Woods. It is a marvellous place.
Easily accessible, popular with birders and walkers (alone and with children and/or pets), the opportunity of get out in the bush and experience the joy is one of the neat things about living in North Bay.
Little things like this birch group present themselves around every corner.
A true gem.
Looking North from Sunset Cove on Lake Nipissing.
Sunset Cove on the South Shore of Lake Nipissing is a beautiful place.
Classic Northern Ontario – rocks, pines, water.
Our weekly cycling tour took us on a route along the South Shore of Lake Nipissing.
Sunset Cove was a rest stop.
The subtle beauty of the place is remarkable.
More photographs of new Wall Art in Downtown North Bay.
Friday evening’s Gallery Hop will give you an opportunity to see this new work if you can’t go shopping Downtown before then.
Visit the walkway between Deegan’s and Michelle’s FrameMaker on Main Street to find it.
Detail from spectacular new wall art in Downtown North Bay.
A marvellous addition to the colour of life in The Bay!
On the North Bay Waterfront.
The Heritage Gardeners are off to a great start!