She has many tools.
She is unrelenting in Her progress.
Along the way to the inevitable result there is much beauty.
There are a few small clues here that Autumn has begun.
Protected by the surrounding forest, the ferns around this decaying log are still rich green.
Processes happen slowly in this part of the forest, but they are inexorable in their progress.
The log will in time be reduced to its elements and return to the soil which gave it life.
Cycling on a mild sunny day in Spring.
These are recent photos made near Huntsville, ON. There has been a lot of rain and many unsettled days with lots of different lighting conditions.
A wonderful mix of opportunities for encountering moods and unique light.
The delicate blue of the Forget-Me-Nots is all part of the beauty of Spring.
It’s June and flowers are busting out all over.
Little white flowers on the Waterfront.
The Gardens continue to yield quiet, gentling sights.
Beacon in the grass.
Yesterday I visited Sweetman’s Garden for the first time this year.
I was not disappointed.
There is more to come. After all it is just early June!
Pink blooms on a small bush in Laurier Woods.
A walk yesterday through Laurier Woods revealed this scene.
Every once in a while Mother Nature allows us to see one of her gifts.
It doesn’t happen often, but when it does, it is spectacular!
On the shore of One Mile Bay, Trout Lake.
First shot of maple leaves this fall.
Growing in the planters on Oak Street this past Saturday morning.
Rich colour on a grey rainy morning when one least expects to find it.