on the land in the elements for the Good
En route to Orillia, Ontario, I passed these beautiful horses. Seeing the young ones was so rewarding, truly made my day!
Field of dreams and beauty!
I was driving past a local driveway and spotted ‘K’ structure nestled among the driveway greenery.
I’m now looking for the rest of the alphabet 😂 , or at least an ‘O’ 😂
Taken yesterday evening along our local country road.
Like most of Ontario, cottage country received a nasty, albeit brief (I hope), reboot of winter over the last few days. Winter tires were scheduled to come off this past Monday, then Thursday… now next Monday. Seems winter hasn’t quite finished with us yet. A couple of early robins arrived a few days ago to a snowy, cold, food-sparse landscape. I hope they can hang in there a few days longer as there’s a wee bit of spring warmth coming – by mid-April.
The gardens are longing to shed their winter coat and get on with extolling spring’s promise of sunny, smiling daffodils and crocuses.
Backyard vegetation and garden bench covered with new snow.
Alas, this last breath of winter has been breathtakingly beautiful.
Now go away winter, see you in November!