Looking West on Trout Lake at sundown.
Every year at this time, the rich promise of a new beginning is present in the bush.
A bright spot in the dark bush on Canadore Trails.
When gray clouds roll in…
… it’s nice to have a bit of brightness to ease the threat.
These intensely coloured flowers were grown in Sweetman’s Garden by the members of the North Bay Horticultural Society Youth Program.
They were showing their best colours yesterday.
Another part of yesterday’s building:
Abstract created by spray paint, plywood and the weather.
It’s been awfully grey here lately. Time for a bit of relief!
Hope this geranium brightens up your day.
Bright spot in a wintery gray day.
It’s still cold.
Christmas ornaments outdoors:
Two Sleeps to HO HO!!
The urge to decorate causes people to succumb to their artistic instinct in the fall. Perhaps the ready availabilty of brightly coloured items from nature is what fuels it.
I saw this today:
I must admit I’m partial to bright fall colours as well.
What is it about a sunflower that makes a gray day brighten up?
Love the yellow screen door!
This definitely brightens up an already bright day.
Once again the morning is dull and gray.
A photo from summer past may help to lighten the depression:
It’s fun remembering the sunshine and the warmth!
It’s turning into dull gray November early this year and today is about as dull and gray as it gets.
I hope this will brighten it up a bit…
A bit of stored sunshine from the summer!