Spring may be in the air, but winter is still very present in central Ontario.
Water drop hanging on grass straw while the world is mirroring in it.
eyes as wide as the sky pre-flight deliberation
Despite today’s unexpectedly lengthy and accumulating snowfall, spring is showing definitive signs of arrival. Creeks are once again trickling and last year’s cattails look happy, basking in the sun’s early spring warmth.
It’s March and Becky from The Life Of B is hosting a new, month-long challenge. This month’s topic is spiky and the only real rule is that the main picture must be a square shape. Please join in if you’re feeling at all spiky!
Rough icelandic nature, abandoned residence.
SHARK SHARK… well, okay, not a shark, it’s just Agnes the garden gargoyle, pretty much buried in the snow with just the tip of one wing protroding. I bet she’s one ticked off and cold gargoyle 🙂
We received close to two feet of snow over an eighteen hour period yesterday and this morning.
Shovelling and blowing all that snow was arduous, but the landscape sure did look beautiful.