We took a walk through Penticton’s Japanese Garden.
The water level in the pond had dropped a lot; not surprising considering how dry August was.
We stopped to take a look at the many colourful koi. They expected us to feed them and swam eagerly to the pond’s edge.
Some of them are quite large!
This is a very tranquil garden on the edge of Lake Okanagan; such a beautiful spot.
Autumn, the year’s last, loveliest smile. —William C. Bryant Just when I think I know the best time to live on a little Scottish island, the seasons …
Equinox. #Autumn, on a (kind-of) #WordlessWednesday in #Scotland
A lovely equinox post from Barb Taub. I hope you stop at her blog to enjoy her photos and humour.
These ornamental grasses have turned a golden colour that is contrasting beautifully with the blue sky and green bushes.
We’re coming to that time of year when the contrasts will become more and more prevalent.
I love lavender (and so do the bees!).
I am travelling over the next couple of days, but here are some rosy delights for a rosy Saturday.
All photos taken on May 23, 2022. A quick early run to drop B at the ferry and we got set to spend our final day in Victoria with Fada. As we had the…
Communication and Communing
This post from kagould has stunning spring photos of Finnerty Gardens in Victoria, British Columbia. Thanks for sharing your beautiful photos, Allan.
A yellow and pink rose for today.
Happy Friday; happy weekend.
Also known as echinacea, this North American member of the daisy family was originally used by indigenous peoples to treat a number of minor ailments. It’s still used that way today.
Have a bright and happy daisy Monday.