Had to stop.
My morning commute was graced by this most marvellous scene. I was compelled to stop and enjoy the beauty.
A pleasant surprise.
Seeing this rainbow was a pleasant surprise.
Just over there.
On a recent morning, dense fog was just over there, a couple hundred meters away.
A small thing.
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.
I will (and did) gladly accept . . .
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.
The great good fortune.
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.