My morning commute was graced by this most marvellous scene. I was compelled to stop and enjoy the beauty.
A wedge of the eastern sky was ablaze this morning.
There is light in the southwestern sky at 6:00PM. A timeless reminder that, while winter still reigns and will for a while yet, seasons turn.
It was a lovely morning, the first clear morning in perhaps a week.
A lovely, spectacular morning.
Sunrise, Lambton County.
A lovely way to start the day. So blessed to see this.
After our late afternoon stroll we shared a snack and watched a shaft of sunlight penetrate the clouds over Rondeau Bay.
A skiff of cirrus sails across the early evening sky. Seeing this before going inside was lovely.
A lovely way to end a showery day.
Blessed and grateful.
The hibiscus is still throwing off blooms. With low temperatures in the single digits and highs barely reaching 20 by the weekend, it may be nearing the end of bloom season.
Nonetheless, I am blessed and grateful that it’s doing so well.