My cameras have been on holidays recently.Well,at least that's what it feels like.
There just is not that much that inspires me to pick up a camera.
No worries,I have hundreds upon hundred of pictures which have never made into the public view.
I might add that many of them never will be seen publicly,for various reasons.
Join me as I step back into a summer garden. The garden we will be in is one that I have taken you to often,The English Gardens,in Winnipeg.
The roses are always pretty.I like the soft colours of this one.
Zinnias come in a variety of colours and forms.Usually I am drawn to the double flowering kind,but I really like this simple flower.
Of course, a visit to the English Gardens is not complete without a stop at the Water Lily Pond.
This one is especially vibrant.
Along the pathway I found this beautiful Hydrangea. The sunshine on this flowerhead makes it really light up.
Last but not least is this little gem.I was walking along,when this Ruby-throated Hummingbird perched almost right above me.She proceeded to preen and then stretch her wings.The angle is not perfect,but I still like the pose.
We have had a very mild fall,with only a few days of freezing temperatures.Today it felt balmy,but the weatherman is promising that it won't last.
While we wait for the snow to blanket the ground,we will enjoy each milder day we get.
I hope you enjoyed this walk through the garden to observe the beauty of God's creation.
Thanks for joining me.