And Mom will bring fish!
Be VERY Afraid!
Recent days have seen Mother Nature becoming gently emotional.
Well, I left home yesterday but I’m getting hungry.
The kids left the nest today and Mom is at loose ends.
Orange by the roadside.
The mushrooms showed up after the rain.
Or should it be, “The toadstool showed up after the rain”?
Every year the daisies bloom, beautifully and perfectly formed, pristine in their perfection.
Then the inevitable wear and tear of life takes its toll, deterioration sets in and eventually they morph into a new beauty.
The promise of next year is present.
One will have to wait for then.
I really like coneflowers.
Monarch Butterflies do too.
The wharf area at Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia.
Low tide and nobody’s fishing.
It’s rest time.
Once upon a time true lovers faced each other and got lost in themselves.
In 2018 the testament to the bond is the selfie post to Instagram or Facebook.
How is it that “Look at Us! Look at Us!“, has become necessary to validate the relationship?
The brightness of Summer is present in the flowers that grow.
This Osprey is just digging in. The eyes are quite expressive.
And a bit scary!
Memory Tree Park, Callander, Ontario.
A beautiful warm July day on the shore of Lake Nipissing.
The ice is still very solid and so I went for a walk the other evening around sunset.
The promise of Spring was in the air.