Happy Birthday, Canada.
It’s time for beautiful blooming of hydrangea flowers. I took these pictures in our Urbana Community this morning.Hydrangea Flowers — Stephen Hung Photography
Please visit Stephen’s site to see more of his beautiful hydrangea photos. They are stunning.
Daisies are my favourite flowers. So bright and pretty, they always make me smile.
I grew up calling them marguerites, but whatever you call them, they are lovely.
There are lots of sandhill cranes throughout Canada and especially in the Northwest Territories.
Elegant and graceful, they arrive in late spring to mate and raise their young. They mate for life and usually have two eggs each spring. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely that both chicks will survive to adulthood. The male is readily identifiable through his distinctive red forehead patch.
Forest of Dean A new series starts today and will continue each Saturday. The daily words and picture series has run its course now the pandemic is …#ScenicSaturday 04/June/22
A beautiful view of Stuart’s Forest of Dean. Cheers.
I was late going to Brookside Gardens for roses this year due to my travel. Not only did I miss the peak blooming but watched a severe thunderstorm …Roses after Rain
A beautiful collection of rose photos from Stephen Hung. Please stop by his blog to see more of his gorgeous photography!
A 2:00 a.m. sunset (that will soon become a sunrise) competes with a rising moon.
I love the look of these shiny new leaves!
Our weather has been fantastic (and so far, mostly bugless!).
Ain’t spring grand?
Great Slave Lake (thawed!) at day’s end.