This flower greets me every morning at work. It inhabits a bed of wildflowers next to one entrance and I made an executive decision when the lawn care team arrived, instructing them to leave the bed untouched. (A co-worker uncharitably calls them weeds.)
It’s been a challenging spring for many of the living things in my part of the world. Much wetter than normal, cooler than normal. A lot of our plants have been slower to grow and to bloom than in past years. Climate change? Possibly. An anomalous spring, unusual but not unheard of? Possibly.
Whatever the reason, it only in late May that this iris in our back yard came into lovely bloom.
Forget-me-nots. One of my favourite flowers; and a timely reminder of my connection(s) to people important to me.
This vista was worth more than all the gold I might care to own.
I love the delicate pastel colours of a lovely winter morning. Isn’t this marvellous?
I make a 180 degree pivot after taking the previous photo and see the moon setting, braced by tree limbs and hydro lines.
Taken together, a lovely way to start the day.
A recent evening was graced by a lovely evening vista.