Memory Tree Park, Callander, Ontario.
A beautiful warm July day on the shore of Lake Nipissing.
Yesterday we had a pleasant visit to a friend’s garden. Couldn’t pass up the opportunity to photograph some flowers and foliage.
Thanks Frankie and Bob for making this beautiful place.
Lake Nipissing in the background.
Along the North Bay Waterfront.
A classic summer morning on the shore of Lake Nipissing.
Beside Trinity United Church on Ferguson Street.
The Canadian Shield + Greenery = Beautiful Garden.
I have no idea who looks after the little garden in the alleyway that passes by Deegan’s Antiques but I’ve named it Deegan’s garden.
The cool wet summer has produced a colourful and rich display.
Late June and early July are colourful times around here.
Ditches become gardens of subtle beauty.
A wonderful garden in North Bay.
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The gardens on the Waterfront are just beginning to bloom. Early tulips and Daffodils will be followed shortly with many other of the wonderful mix of plants that theVolunteer Gardeners care for.
For Pam, who is tired of winter and wants something green.
And Penny, too.
Just up the road is this small plot that has been looking pretty all summer.
Summer ended today and it still looks pretty good.
The roughness of a Northern Garden is most attractive to me.
Summer is coming eventually.
Wait for the signs.
If Spring’s not coming,…
… to heck with it! I’m going to do summer anyway.
A reminder that summer has a lot going for it.