Old headframe building in Cobalt, Ontario.
A road trip to Cobalt, Ontario on a day when the autumn colours were so rich they were almost obscene.
A Winter day in the pines.
North Bay Waterfront Heritage Gardens.
Beside the boardwalk.
Sumac grows with most rhythmic branches.
Different exotic, elegant curves form when the plant develops.
This dead bush, missing its bark in places, provides texture as well as curve.
Grasses by the side of the road in Chisolm Township.
The foreground grasses in yesterday’s post attracted my attention.
Yesterday’s post in Black and White.
Near the mouth of the Michipicoten River on Lake Superior.
The big splashy displays of colour in the trees can cause one to miss the subtle texture of Autumn.
This old wrinkler has texture and memories. And it is still doing its job keeping out the weather!
Large delicate flowing patterns in the mountain.
Like marble Cake made from rock.
Line, shape, colour and texture.
No boredom here.
An introduction to infinity.