20150711 Georgian Bay flowers and sun in the Saskatchewan smoke

We awoke to a reddish sun rising in the east and enjoyed a warm day with a cool breeze off of The Bay.  Here are some flowers, of sorts.  We end with watching the Earth rotate our surface away from the Sun.

Seed head of the much despised Curled Dock.

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Nice daylilies along Old Legion Road..

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The wild spirea  (Meadow-sweets) are starting to blossom.

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And the V. trilobum are filling out.

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A thalictrum at the “frilly” stage.  Always difficult to photograph!

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End of the day.  Colour thanks to our friends in N. Saskatchewan.

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2 thoughts on “20150711 Georgian Bay flowers and sun in the Saskatchewan smoke

  1. Beautiful – partial to the daylillies and thalictrum, wonderfully done. Yes, thank you Saskatchewan; neiighours always welcome especially with “colourful” gifts..

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