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.
It has been a glorious early spring day. Full sun, not a cloud in the sky, Bella Luna rising in the afternoon.
A good day to be alive.
The sun is muted by far-off clouds before it bursts into the wide and otherwise cloudless sky.
Stones create a colourful mosaic on a beach at Rondeau Provincial Park.
I was fortunate to see the rising sun briefly appear above the horizon before disappearing behind a deck of clouds.
This close-up of small ferns growing out of a fallen log could easily be mistaken for a close-up of a conifers’ leaves.
Scud, the lowest level of clouds, are roiled in advance of an impending rain shower.
Borers scribbled their signatures into this tree trunk.
This vista was worth more than all the gold I might care to own.
A standing birds’ eye perspective of the icy landscape that was the front yard a few days ago.