It’s good and important to look around, to find beauty in your surroundings no matter the season. Beauty can be found even in a dry winter – subtle differences in the shades of brown, tan, and grey become more prominent.
Having said that there is nothing wrong with anticipating this summers’ colours. This photo of last years’ dianthus is something to admire, and look forward to.
A typical summer afternoon with haze blurring and softening the landscapes’s details. Only it’s February.
Iced-over structures mimic one another.
The Maple Leaf justifiably stands out.
A young tree reaches up to embrace blue sky and white clouds.
Senior Stella curled up on the end of the couch that gets the most direct blast of heat from the wall furnace. Approaching 14 years old, this end of the couch suits her when she’s not on the dog bed directly in front of the furnace.