Recent days have seen Mother Nature becoming gently emotional.
The South Shore of Lake Nipissing on a warm August afternoon.
Looks pretty good in monochrome too.
Winter Ice on Lake Nipissing.
Quebec City on a wet afternoon late in the tourist season.
Perce Rock from the other side with parts of the Town of Perce, QC in the background.
There is a place near North Bay where Duchesnay Creek finds its way down the escarpment in a series of jumps.
This is one drop and landing for the water.
These photographs were published elsewhere over the past couple of weeks.
The Red Deer River Valley, Alberta.
Near Drumheller, and the Royal Tyrrell Museum.
Yesterday’s storm has provided a blanket to huddle under.
Time to peek out and see what’s happening.
Beside West Peninsula Road is unremarkable bush.
A second look might be in order.
Ansel Adams’ Birthday was a couple of days ago.
His work was on my mind as I made this photograph.
We visited the West Coast two summers ago. This was made on the way to Victoria from Tsawwassen.
Super day for sailing on the Salish Sea.