Tag: Ontario

Spring Wildflowers

Spring has take so long to unfold the Wild Flowers may be excused for their  timorous blooming. Even the ferns barely opened with the inundation of rain and cool weather. there were also a few smaller blue and white blooms in the woods but the first set of Spring wild flowers were spare. But as the…

Ice Blizzard II

In April Winter left with an Ice Blizzard Swipe, coating trees and everything with  thick glassy ice: Well Surprise Surprise – a There-is-no-Global-Warming Gulf of Mexico air mass has arrived with very warm water saturated air – so warm that the precipitation falls first as rain and then freezing rain all over Southern Ontario, Quebec…

Fall Colors on Display

Here is a look at two new ways to display pictures. Recent Fall pictures from Northumberland Hills are the subject. The first photo slider uses a new, free responsive slider with an amazing array of image transitions. The slider also has a well described layout template that allows flexibility in the look and captioning of…

Bonnets in the Canadian Hood

The Royal Ascot in Berkshire England is a Horse and Bonnet showing of 300 years distinction. Lately the Bonnets have gotten the best of the show as seen above. The media flock to the venue as much for the bonnets on display as for the horse racing. See CBS News Images for a handsome Hats…

Spring Photo Contests

Spring is my favorite time of year because Nature’s colors are a rare delicate and pastel hue. In short it is a season to imbibe and enjoy as a new cycle of vernal   sounds, fragrances and colors cover the landscape. And if ye Editor is not mistaken, there is an invigoration in step and…