Many of the plants in our garden are in bloom now. Here, the spirea.
It’s good to get down on your subject’s level. My subject was fungus growing out of an old tree stump, with a bonus of capturing an inchworm navigating the landscape.
The sun is muted by far-off clouds before it bursts into the wide and otherwise cloudless sky.
The sun bursts above the horizon on a mild February morning. A lovely way to start the day!
Stones create a colourful mosaic on a beach at Rondeau Provincial Park.
I needed a hiatus from posting to tend to other matters and to myself.
A lovely sunrise. A gift from The Maker (or Makers) of All Things.
I was fortunate to see the rising sun briefly appear above the horizon before disappearing behind a deck of clouds.
As the molten white sun rises, a phragmites head waves in the morning breeze.
A brilliant late fall dawn graced this morning. It was most welcome, after a snowfall and two cloudy mornings.
This close-up of small ferns growing out of a fallen log could easily be mistaken for a close-up of a conifers’ leaves.