Smell of herbs, soft petals reaching for the sun, lilies almost open to the day, cold water droplets cling
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. Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Single […]
Abandoned Lock Canals, they ran like veins across tree-hooded land, pumping hope, surging grit,
Out of winter’s chaos, on this wind-bound bay, moss, wild rye and yarrow
It’s here at last, the day my kayak gets launched into the deep blue water of Georgian Bay. If we were having coffee, I would walk you down to the shore, where you could dip your feet into that calmness while I heft my 13-foot craft over the […]
I deeply appreciate water, surrounded by it as I have been all my life. But I had never seen this,
Grateful for the rainforest, on Vancouver Island, near Courtenay, where some of British Columbia’s tallest trees thrive in the rich, damp, coastal soil.
Concealed beneath its overhanging banks, A river flows, swift, sweet and true still rimmed with ice,