A splash of pale pink adds a dash of colour to an otherwise grey and white early morning landscape.
As the molten white sun rises, a phragmites head waves in the morning breeze.
I was fortunate to be able to stop and take in lovely dawn.
A brilliant late fall dawn graced this morning. It was most welcome, after a snowfall and two cloudy mornings.
As we neared the end of this years commercial tomato harvest, one of the last untouched tomato fields was opened up by this combination of a tractor/harvester (harvester obscured) and tractor/dump wagon combination.
The sun breaks over the horizon.
It’s good to be alive, to see such a spectacle.
Heralding the arrival of a new day, the approach of autumn, and the approach of migration, a flock of Canada Geese flies across my field of view.
The sun juuuuust peeks over the horizon on a warm late summer morning.
A laneway fades into the mist, as do the past and the future.