Tangles of twigs, set against a striking sunset.
For us, the first half of May has been significantly colder than the historical norm, which has slowed down springs’ arrival. Then we had a month’s worth of rain in five days. As of Tuesday spring finally seems to be here to stay, which means that our redbud tree is bursting with colour!
Stones create a colourful mosaic on a beach at Rondeau Provincial Park.
The brilliance and loveliness of a hibiscus bloom brings colour and light to a December day.
This aster?, species unknown, added cheerful colour to my walk through some tall brush.
These dwarf daffodils add bright and cheery colour to our yard.
Good photo Faye!
Dianthus, in bloom.
Faye cam across this colourful cicada while gardening. After this photo session she released it onto the Manitoba Maples’ trunk.
Back on Thursday.
Sunlight, flooding through the living room window, illuminates a hibiscus flower.
We have started buying our eggs from one of my co-workers, who has several hens. The $3 cost is very reasonable, we support local agriculture, and a bonus is that our eggs are very pleasing to the eye.