The field is in the dell, but the barns and houses are on hills
One farm is on the hill you can see, but the farmer mowing this field lives on another hill (on the right and out of the photo). The seagulls are so excited looking for special treats as the hay is cut.
I am linking toBARN CHARM at Trish's Bluff Area Daily.
Bridge from the mainland to a tiny island, Innisfill Beach, Ontario
Behind those rocks there's a duck hiding. I could see the duck from quite a distance away but apparently the duck could see me too so by the time I get close enough to snap the shutter...it was gone. Luckily, the bridge is photogenic. Hehe!
Every Saturday evening during the summer months, owners of vintage vehicles meet in the parking lot behind the East Gwillimbury Civic Centre. Last Saturday, my husband and I decided to check the get-together out.
A shot of the wheel and a bit of the shadow
Owners were eager to let gawers look and photographers snap.
A shot of the entire car
If, like me, you are fascinated by shadows, visit Hey Harriet's SHADOW SHOTS
Muskoka Wildlife Centre sign, Severn Bridge, Ontario
This centre advertises that it has 50 acres of walking trails and exhibits featuring many species of wildlife indigenous to Ontario, many of which are ex-pets, abandoned or injured and now unreleasable.
Although Americans celebrate Flag Day on June 14, Canada's Flag Day is observed annually on February 15, commemorating the adoption of the Maple Leaf on February 15, 1965. Here the flag waves over a marina on Lake Simcoe.
But the Maple Leaf is not the only flag seen flying over Ontario. Ontario provincial offices also raise the
Canadian flag on the left, Ontario provincial flag on the right
What's more, municipal offices fly their own flags.