Sunshine came softly through my a-window today. ~ Donovan Leitch
Sunshine did indeed pour itself softly and gently through my window on this early spring morning. Misty air rose up to greet the golden orb, casting a hazy veil to settle over the awakening city.
A wood frame which holds dried flowers under glass was in position to be illuminated by this amber light.
A few minutes later, the light fog had burned away, leaving in its place a fleeting but vibrant sky.
Carol Anne and I made plans to wander the nearby town of Lakefield which is home to Lock 26 of the Trent-Severn Waterway.
The water below was forceful and loud.
Here, see and hear for yourself - fifteen seconds of water power.
Wandering around town, we found a shop that sold these fairy doors as recently seen across the pond in Maggie May's blog.
I think "quirky" would best describe some of the artistic expressions around town.
Despite being a definite eye-catcher, this sure isn't much of a happy existence for a fish.
Fuzzy pussy willows - a sure sign of spring.
And while we're in feline mode, my neighbour's cat, Oliver is a fuzzy, purring lump of love.
More photos coming up before too much longer.