Because we are an island, surrounded by cold water from the Gulf of St. Lawrence, spring is always late. Today it was finally warm enough to do some yard work.
After spending a couple of hours raking pine needles and cleaning up a flower bed I lay on the grass getting pictures of my heather (Erica carne) and crocuses.
Someone once remarked about insects on flowers and how that added something special to the photo. I find it’s nearly impossible to take pictures of flowers without getting an insect or two in the shot. And that’s a good thing.
Both Thursday and Friday there were three seals sunning themselves on a spit of land downriver from the bridge. Your can barely see them – one is bigger and lighter than the other two.
Photos taken with an iPhone 6.
iPhriday was begun by Gray Days and Coffee, who posts here.
I set up this post on iPhriday but couldn’t get the photos off my phone onto my desktop. First world problem….