While store bought chews and toys can be swell, a twig can sometimes be the bestest toy.
Though I was at work and about to get very busy, I had to stop and savour this glorious October sunrise.
It’s good to be alive.
Fitzi lay in the grass; a second or two after I took this photo he started rolling.
Life is good when you are Fitzi.
(I have had some trouble posting photos during the last few days.)
A rinsed, empty pill supplement bottle can be a swell dog toy.
I understand that Canadians call a batter coated hot dog, a Pogo. I occasionally like to have a . . . corndog. In the States they are called corndogs. That is what I am used to. More so, this guy is why I will always call them corndogs.
This guy came into my life in 2006. He was yellow, he was round, and he was a dog. Ergo ipso facto, I named him Corndog. He were the bestus sweetus boyus.
So it’s not a pogo, it’s a corndog. End of story. 🙂
A fallen Silver Maple leaf stands out from the deck boards and fallen Manitoba Maple leaves. No, I did not arrange this.
This wasp was moving quite slowly on a brisk morning so I felt safe getting up close to examine and photograph it. About 1 1/2″ long and I have not yet been able to identify it.
A honeybee harvests pollen from a Fall Aster.
I understand that the Mute Swan is an introduced species and can be aggressive about evicting native species. Granting that, they are lovely to watch in flight. This pair was exercising their wings and encouraging their four fledglings to do the same.