It will be a while yet for the Lake to be released from its ice cover.
On the shores of Lake Nipissing, the ice is slowly receding.
Another week or two should see it break up.
Right next to the ocean at Peggy’s Cove there is little hospitable surface for growing much of anything.
The ocean provides what the land can’t.
The wharf area at Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia.
Low tide and nobody’s fishing.
It’s rest time.
Blue Rocks Nova Scotia.
Small coves protect the boats from the pounding waves of The Atlantic Ocean.
I was gifted a pot of Daisies the other day.
So I had to make a photograph. Works well in both colour and monochrome, I think.
When Notre Dame Cathedral burned, quiet corners like this were lost.
They will return.
The fire that burned Notre Dame produced great sadness in the World.
Such a beautiful place. Awesome in its size.
The day after the fire, this is no more.
Promises to rebuild are being made and doubtless will be honoured. We will not see this beauty again for decades.
But it will happen.
Reflections on the water in Annecy, France.
Just about nine years ago my nephew was married. He and his bride grew up in France and so the celebration afforded an opportunity to visit and do some sightseeing.
We visited the family “cottage” on Lac Annecy and had a marvellous day in the alps of Haute-Savoie.
These are awesome places to visit and to live in.
In Pyay, Myanmar, morning is active on the street.
Breakfast at the restaurant is an important meal of the day.
Visiting Schwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, Myanmar.
A significant moment in the life of a family.
People behave the same wherever one travels in the world.
Shwe Maw Daw Pagoda, Bago, Myanmar.
Gold leaf coats the pagoda.
In sunshine it is magnificent.
In shade it is magnificent.