How can you explain that you need to know that the trees are still there, and the hills and the sky? Anyone knows they are. How can you say it is time your pulse responded to another rhythm, the rhythm of the day and the season instead of the hour and the minute?
No, you cannot explain. So you walk. ~ Author Unknown
The following photos were taken during various walks throughout December and January. I hope you enjoy the stroll.
Daybreak brought some rich colour to the morning sky as seen from my apartment window. The vertical line is just a reflection from inside.
My feet first brought me down to the Otonabee River where the sunlight sparkled on the water.
There's a vague promise of spring in the daylight.
The view facing north from the lock.
And a bit of an idea of how quickly that water is rushing.
Not someplace I'd fancy losing hold of my camera.
Heading back along the riverbank, let's make our way through town and to Little Lake.
This sign in front of a driveway amused me.
You can see some open water in the distance but much of the lake was frozen over and snowed upon.
The empty docks await the return of boaters in late spring or early summer. That's when the city comes alive again.
Did you know that Batman is alive and well, and living in Peterborough?
Late in the afternoon, clouds roll in. A small break in their puffiness allows the sun to shine her golden charm upon the lake and shoreline - enhanced somewhat with Photoshop.
More photos coming up before too much longer.