Sneakin' A Peek: A water lily bud sneaks a peek at its surroundings before opening for all to see.
Strong sunlight and vibrant colours created a near abstract image of a fern.
Tall grass, growing along the highway, back lit by the setting sun.
Lupines on Blue
In the Dark Forest:
The late evening sun breaks through the trees to light up the dark forsest.
Hard Fall (1):
Cedar tips, broken off the trees above, had a hard fall onto the granite rocks below.
Exploring the Ken Reid Conservation Area, just north of Lindsay, Ontario, I found this calla lily growing in the wild.
In the Groove:
The tip of a cedar branch lays in the groove created by the moving spring ice on Thunder Lake.
Tall, frost covered grasses on a foggy autumn morning.
A cool November morning. It's definitely frosty !
Bunchberries abound, in our part of the country. In the spring and early summer they sprout white flowers. In the autumn, bunches of bright, red berries take their place.
Wildflowers grow along the edge of the Wabigoon River.
Mushrooms find a home on a tree stump.
A water lily floats on the calm water of a small pond.
Mushrooms find a home and shelter on an old stump under a canopy of surrounding trees.
Where The Daisies Roam
Waving in the Wind
Road Side Daisies
Lily pads float on the dark waters of Wabigoon Lake.
A Beautiful Pair:
Two water lily buds standing above the calm surface of a small pond.
A simple dandelion has turned abstract by the early evening light.
The first of many dandelion seeds prepares to launch.
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