Below are a few random summer images which I scraped up from the edges of my hard drive. I hope you enjoy them.
Our local liquor store sells these buckets as party pails. You can fill them with ice to chill bottles of beer, vodka coolers or pop, or if feeling generous, fill one with items from the liquor store, wrap it and give it as a gift. In either event, I thought they made a colourful picture, all stacked up in the store window.
Whenever anything stronger than a gentle breeze blows through, my wind chimes delight us with beautiful soft tones. It was a most thoughtful birthday gift from my younger son, earlier this summer.
Outside another front door in the neighbourhood, rain boots were at the ready for a muddy walk around the pond, or perhaps some yard work.
Mismatched shoe laces on dark sneakers adorn a young pair of feet. My next door neighbour, Alex posed unknowingly.
Frank found a tiny slug and held him out for me to photograph. A good subject for the macro lens.
A simple twig caught my eye. I liked its bumpy texture against the smooth wood rail upon which it sat.
A dramatic sky reveals itself as sunlight sets fire to puffy clouds late in the day.
More photos coming up soon.