Close-Ups

The things on the ground and above eye level are often missed. I always take an extra glance.

Echinacea Purpurea

Weathering a COVID summer

Pink wild roses

So fragrant and delicate.

Apple blossoms

Even the trees promise a brighter future

Geranium Iberivum

The morning freshness invites new approaches if we are open.

... and the Lilac tree for joy in spring ...

Trees by Bliss Carman

A brief light moment

Savour the moment. Some things don't last for long.

Essential worker

with Montreal crabapples

A little colour in some dark times

Common blue violet

It takes but a moment ...

to enjoy nature's little wonders

Red tulip in the rain

April showers bring May flowers

Subtle Hydrangea

Light can make the ordinary magnificent.

Viper's bugloss / blueweed

Wentworth, Quebec, July 2019

Three Mushrooms on Wood

Laurel Lake, October 2015

Mushrooms can grow anywhere. How they love wood.

Can you find me?

Laurel Lake, 2018

Can you see me? Can you save me?

Witches Hat

Laurel Lake, Fall 2018

I can see Wendy Witch walking in the moss!

In dew time

Hydrangia, Laurel Lake, Fall 2018

I noticed how the hydrangia eagerly drank in the rain.

Pink tulip after rain

A reminder that spring is coming

Dew drops

How do drops choose which shape and size to be? How do they know where to be?

Yellow tulip

You look so happy with the day, my little flower of spring.

September boat

I heard your song as you sailed along.

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Old man's beard, Lichen

You show me that beauty can grow where life is small.


Snail on rock

How long will you stay and enhance this rock?


Moss sprouts

I could not believe my eyes, you were standing so small, yet so tall and facing the sunshine.

Tied up in knots

An example of how wildlife reacts to the stress we inflict .

Apple blossom

Your astonishing freshness and life stopped me in my tracks.

Blueberry

My fruit of passion, blueberry how I love thee!

Chicory 2

I can feel the softness of your blue embrace.

Honey suckle

You are so proud as you stretch your fingers to the sky.

Lance-leaved Coreopsis

You make the dry fields golden and alive.

Mirror-image leaf

How could the lake be like a mirror and reflect the hidden underside of the leaf?

Moccasin flower

A rare find near Lac des seizes iles, Quebec

Musk mallow

My pretty pinks that have always been in my walking bouquet.

Orange hawkweed

Some call this the Devil's Paintbrush, wonder why?

Pine needles in the sun

How remarkable pine trees are; I think they are most amazing trees.

Standing mushrooms

Look how tall and powerful they are today! What will tomorrow bring?

Wet autumn leaves

Yes, the mighty Ginko is behind this cluster of colours.

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