Machu Picchu colour.
Occasional plantings provide colour on the site.
These leaves changed colour early this fall to very deep dark red, almost purple.
This is just the beginning of the annual colour feast.
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.
Drops of water on a leaf, the morning after a shower.
Echinacea flowers have the most interesting centres.
At times this rock is covered in fast flowing water. The persistence of living things in habitats that are doomed is amazing.
Wasi Falls just above Lake Nipissing.
American Bittern in the marsh on Astorville Bay.
Textures and lines and curves and shapes add up to an interesting composition.
All courtesy of Mother Nature.
I find brown eyed susans to be one of the more attractive wildflowers that grow in our part of the world.
Massed or individually,
…they are pretty neat.
They also “play well with others”…
Boat launch on Mink Lake.
Rudimentary but serviceable.
It’s summer in the wetlands on the edge of the lake.
A walk in the field behind the cottage.
Growing among the daisies.
Delicate, simple, unexpected.