The ice disappears. Reflections happen.
Now that the ground is covered in white it’s hard to remember what it looked like two months ago.
Birches on the shore of Lake Nosbonsing.
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.
Fog from warm air meeting snow makes the bush quite gorgeous.
The snow won’t last long at this rate.
Tomorrow is the first day of Winter. This afternoon was our last time to take an autumn walk on the road. So we did.
Looking South to where the sun goes down at this time of year.
Shortest day is tomorrow. Then we start climbing up the year.
June 21 st, HERE WE COME!
This little birch grove on Tower Drive is a piece of the city that is often unseen by passing people.
This is how it looked this past Sunday afternoon.