When the ice starts to move on Lake Nipissing the end of Winter is near.
Right next to the ocean at Peggy’s Cove there is little hospitable surface for growing much of anything.
The ocean provides what the land can’t.
Blue Rocks Nova Scotia.
Small coves protect the boats from the pounding waves of The Atlantic Ocean.
Nipissing shore two days before the official arrival of Spring.
Local gull(s) posing on a rock in Lake Nosbonsing.
South Shore of Lake Nipissing.
Rock, Pines, Water, Cloud, Waves.
And it’s warm!
Looking North from Sunset Cove on Lake Nipissing.
Our weekly cycling tour took us on a route along the South Shore of Lake Nipissing.
Sunset Cove was a rest stop.
The subtle beauty of the place is remarkable.
Conversation about the future?
Dried autumn leaves in a rock puddle.
This photo, processed differently, appeared last week.
I decided to process it differently to produce a different feel to the scene.
Dried leaves collected in a rock puddle.
Lake Nipissing on a quiet morning at Sunset Point.
Each in their own world.
The bush behind the cottage.
Another photograph from below the dam in Bonfield.