At the beach.
The Pieris japonica blooms with cascading white flowers. But the new leaves then start as pink to scarlet red and really steal the show.
Maybe it’s just me.
But once we get to the time change, spring skies and spring temperatures, it just doesn’t feel like winter anymore.
I like the startlingly blue sky, the fresh air, and leaving jackets behind.
Much more than I like seasonal allergies.
That’s one of the dormant aerators on St. Mary Lake. Meanwhile some mixing of air and water was going on above the surface.
How big are the aerators? This big:
(they were assembled in May 2011, in the parking lot of Community Gospel Chapel, and hoisted over to the lake by a massive helicopter)
Photographs of Salt Spring Island and areas reachable by ferry and road (and sometimes off-road).
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