Even cattails can provide winter interest and beauty in a long, cold winter.
Spring bulbs are just starting to show up at the Allan Gardens Conservatory in Toronto
Gardening in Prince Edward County is still, mainly, an indoor venture in Prince Edward County.
Not sure why these Canada Geese decided to spend the winter here instead of heading south!
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
Interesting how some Sumac lose their berry clusters in winter, and some don’t?