It’s a perfect time of year for a walk along the shoreline.
Must be summer on P.E.I., now all I need is to include a feisty red-head in the picture.
Today’s painting is of the Oromocto River. Growing up it was a great place to go for a bit of fishing on a nice spring day.
It’s not Mont Sainte–Victoire, but I always imagined it as such.
On the property where I grew up we had a triangular plot of land. It was here that we had a garden. Over the years it provided an assortment of fruit and vegetables, and a seasonal splash of colour, that came from a variety of flowers.
As the days lengthen there will be many more of these to enjoy.
Today’s image is a view across the Saint John River in Fredericton, New Brunswick. My heart goes out to those who are dealing with the flood waters of the river this spring.