Ah, summer – season of abundant and changing colours! The wildflowers along roadways take their turns throughout the months of May through August.
In June, the lupins stand tall in the ditches in our town but this year along one particular street, they were joined by columbine! Turns out a friend of mine who lives across the street there has been tossing wildflower seeds there. We can’t wait to see what will bloom next.
The more daylight we have the slower the sun seems to set. Happy summer.
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Our recent precipitation has been snow flurries and freezing rain but we hold to the promise that even these April showers will bring May flowers.
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Typically ice leaves the lake in front of our place some time between late April and early May. We eagerly await this change.
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Looking forward to the greens of spring.
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For the romantic (Valentine) month, I selected a shot of the full moon in a clear sky over a still, frozen lake.
This sky was one I enjoyed last winter when I was out at Sandbar Lake Provincial Park to capture northern lights. The moon definitely stole the show. Enjoy.
Raleigh Falls is just a 15 minute drive west of us. I can’t resist heading out there with my camera when conditions are a spectacular as this. I actually spent 2 consecutive days there and will share more shots in the next post.
Wishing you the very best in 2017.