The Dragon Boats were parked by the shore with care, with hopes the weather next morning would be fair. The evening before the Annual Dragon Boat Festival in Parry Sound. That
A more peaceful view from atop the dam and generation plant on Cascade Street in Parry Sound. There is not much evidence of the mayhem just a couple hundred meters downstream. (June
“Nothing Wrecks Like a Deere”? Actually, I think it’s “Nothing Runs Like a Deer”. The finishing touches are being put on the tear down of the power generating plant on the
Coffee break on the Big Sound? A late day shot of the Big Sound from the North Shore Rugged Trail in Parry Sound. These Canadian Geese were just paddling around, perhaps getting their second wind.
Sermons in my backyard. It’s that time of year where everything is rising up from the ground in and around Parry Sound, in this case Jack-in-the-pulpit. (June 2016)
Solomon’s Seal late in the day and backlit by the setting sun in Parry Sound’s Tower Hill Heritage Garden. Note the very obvious left to right progression of young blossoms to seed pods. (June
Remarkably photogenic, Dame’s Rocket, a member of the mustard family, is easily dismissed as a too common Spring flower. These beauties come in a variety of colours, and when photographed in
How about a little bit of yellow from Parry Sound’s Tower Hill Heritage Garden? These are blooms from a Red barberry, planted beside the ranger cabin. These delicate blossoms hang from the
Did I mention that there are deep purple coloured lilacs in the Parry Sound Tower Hill Heritage Garden? These Agincourt Beauties are pretty much at their prime in this photo taken yesterday.
White lilacs in the Tower Hill Heritage Garden, one of about 19 different varieties ranging from white to pink to the purple of the Agincourt Beauties. But you better get up