The last of the leaves have hung on until the first light overnight snow dusts them as a reminder of the inevitability of the coming of Winter.
Beside the road is plenty of colour.
There are few flowers out at Sweetman’s Garden right now, but lots of photographs are available.
In another week the place will be blooming!
Evening light in Sweetman’s Garden.
Winter will be along soon.
It seems that it has taken forever for the leaves to start their colour change locally.
And then all of a sudden they changed with a “whoosh”!
It’s early days and the Waterfront Gardens are not very active. The cold and snowy start to the month of May has slowed growth significantly.
Nonetheless, several hardy plants were active yesterday in the midst of flying snowflakes.
Adding some colour to a winter bush that is somewhat drab.
Now that the ground is covered in white it’s hard to remember what it looked like two months ago.
Afternoon on Trout Lake.
Early growth along the shoreline. Fresh flowers.
The life cycle begins again.
Oak leaves in late fall.
Today’s photodyssey post is number 1500. Hard to believe.
Thanks for all the views and kind comments over the past 6 years.
Time flies when you’re having fun!
At the bottom of Moffat’s Hill on West Peninsula Rd.
This little maple in the middle of a Red Pine bush turns red every year.