I love this beautifully spare black and white photo from harrie nijland. I hope you give his photography site a visit.
I found this tree that’s well on its way to turning a full autumn red.
The pod began to move up the inlet. It was getting late,so It was time for me to say thank you and goodbye!SURFACING
Whale pod plumes, courtesy of Wayne at Tofino Photography. Wayne has a gorgeous collection of wildlife photography; I hope you stop by for a look.
I love how these roses in Penticton’s public gardens are just blooming and blooming.
I hope you enjoy your Tuesday.
In the Forest of Dean This month, all the photographs in the series were taken in September, though not this year. My digital pictures go back to …#ScenicSaturday 24/Sep/22
A beautiful scene from Stuart’s Forest of Dean collection. Thanks for sharing, Stuart.
Some things I saw just this last weekend.
As my son used to say when he was a teenager, sometimes you just need to chillax (especially if it’s a beautiful September day). 🙂
When I first saw this plant I thought it was a fake, but then I touched it and discovered that it’s some sort of succulent.
Nevertheless, speaking of plants, here’s a vineyard view from the southern Okanagan’s Black Sage Bench. The grapes are plump and nearing harvesting.
We had a gorgeous autumn day walking along Lake Okanagan from the village of Naramata.
There were so few signs of the seasonal change that it really almost felt like summer!
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.