Orange by the roadside.
The signals of the approaching transition from Summer are beginning to surround us.
Autumn is that wispy spectre on the horizon.
North is about water, granite, pines, needles and Summer.
Idyllic Summer day on Lake Nipissing.
It was a quiet Sunday Summer afternoon and so I took a walk up the road behind the cottage.
With three feet of snow in the bush, it’s hard to think that days like this are in the near future.
The brightness of Summer is present in the flowers that grow.
Many parts of the province of Ontario are spectacular in early July.
This scene was found near Erin.
Sunset Cove on Lake Nipissing has a very “Northern” character – rock, pine, water.
In Summer it is a bit of paradise.
It’s pretty good in the Winter too.
The Lavase River flows into Lake Nipissing and was part of the canoe route to Western Canada.
It’s fun to think that for 150 years, Northwest Company Voyageurs on their way West in large canoes, passed this very spot.
June in Champlain Park, North Bay.
Canoes in the fur trade passed by this spot for 150 years on their way to and from Western Canada.
A small patch of sunflowers on Chiswick Line, plus some really nice light.