The answer is, of course, it depends. It depends on what part of the world the beach is in, the weather in any given winter, the size and type of water body the beach is on, if it’s the beginning middle or end of winter, and, more esoterically perhaps, your own point of view. In […]
The woods are mostly silent in winter at the Frink Conservation area -one of Quinte Conservation’s many protected wilderness areas.
With snow on the ground and grey winter skies, shooting in black and white often produces striking images.
looking through the window…amaryllis and snow
A cold Saturday means indoor seedy things
On this Silent Sunday, much of the Quinte Conservation forest in the Frink Conservation area is dormant…moss is as vibrant green as every though!
Interesting how some Sumac lose their berry clusters in winter, and some don’t?
On New Year’s Eve we had a few cm of snow on the ground, but it warmed up and rained that night and, by the first light of the first day of the new year, everything was green (and brown and grey) again. Not to worry – winter is still here! We had more snow […]
Edible ornamental flowers are becoming more popular as gardeners seek to get maximum use from small or kitchen gardens.