Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France had been on my bucket list for decades. I finally visited last fall and reveled in blooms bursting with color even as trees dropped their leaves and hay withered in the fields. This is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. Continue reading Flower of the Day: Monet’s Garden
This staircase is in the Gothic cathedral in Rouen, Normandy, a part of France that takes your breath away. This is for “Cee’s Which Way Challenge.” Continue reading Which Way Stairs
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge “Looking Up at Things” took me back to this narrow street in the medieval town of Avignon, France. The unexpected color and whimsy of the umbrellas caught my breath and lit the passageway with a rainbow of light. Continue reading Looking Up At Things
Salvaged vintage tin ceiling tiles, full of colour and classic architectural flourishes. Continue reading “Daily Prompt: Flourish”
This is an unfurled Trillium, official flower of the province of Ontario, Canada. They grow in carpets in our woodlands at this time of year, and bloom over the next three weeks or so. Interesting history if you want to read more, here.
Marsh grass hides clamor
of peepers singing spring.
Salamanders scrape fleshy
fins on glacial rock, sprinting Continue reading “Mother Earth”