Seeing this rainbow was a pleasant surprise.
On a recent morning, dense fog was just over there, a couple hundred meters away.
The other morning a small thing, unusual yet very easily overlooked, caught my eye.
It was a very foggy morning, visibility about 100 meters (about 110 yards), temperature -2C (28F). Driving to work the water droplets contacted the car’s side mirror housing and froze. As I continued driving they accreted, creating an unusual mini-landscape, or ice-scape if you prefer.
I try to see and appreciate these small things. Sometimes (not often enough) I do.
We went for a good walk at Rondeau Provincial Park on New Year’s Eve. What was a dank, dark, gloomy day at home became an agreeable day at the lakeshore. While some might have grumbled a bit about the total absence of snow, I will (and did) gladly accept what The Maker Of All Things saw fit to grace us with that day.
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.
Faye and me recently met friends. All of us had the great good fortune to enjoy a lovely sunset.
This is a close-up of the terrain on Lucy’s back and hip.
I live in a very flat part of the world. Elevation changes could be measured in centimeters or inches. This cluster of silos is over four kilometers from where I was. Although it was a little hazy, it was easy to see some details.
This looks grainy, or out of focus. The focus is on the snowflakes in the foreground; a snow shower was ongoing and caught against a bright background.
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.