Queen Anne’s Lace
A splattering of wild flowers at the edge of a field. This is called Queen Anne’s Lace, (Daucus carota). It’s also know as the Wild Carrot.
Alright Ladies, Right Foot Please
What’s the odds? Seven Canada Geese (Branta canadensis) all standing on one leg! And Six out of Seven are standing on their left! One thinks of things like this when retired!
Along nature’s trail the Wild Rose are starting to bloom. Here’s a fine example from this afternoon at the Lagoon.
Hope I’m not boring anyone with the Fall theme, but I think that Autumn is a photographers best friend. I take in as much of this colour as I can before the winter Blah’s decend. On the coast Blah is the word! These colours come from Brydon Lagoon in Langley