A classic shot of the Fraser Valley in winter. Looking down a row of Raspberry bushes that have been trimmed and tied up, ready for Spring. Distant local mountains provide a nice backdrop.
It rained yesterday. A welcome, quenching rain. May for us was the driest on record with only 1.5 mm of rain. Corn was planted across the way and has been growing for most of May. I’m sure with the rain, it will shoot up some more!
The end of a perfect Winter day today. Marking almost the middle of the month the temperature was up to 11 degrees C and it was sunny. Every Sundown here, the Crows flock together and head down south to where the roost for the night. I don’t know where exactly, but it must be a noisy place, when they all gather! Also in this shot is a flock of Gulls heading inland for the night.
Just before sunset in the golden hour I was experimenting with water action in our garden fountain. It could perhaps be a bit sharper, but it works for me!
Mount Baker during the golden hour on a hazy summer day. I never get tired of looking at this mountain, which can be seen from our house.