I was brought to a performance at the Shaw Festival when I was a child and have rarely missed a summer visit to Niagara-on-the-lake since.
These Covid 19 days, the town is discouraging visitors by putting no parking signs everywhere.
Here are few photos:
Spring arrives earlier here.
It’s not just the plants which are ahead of Toronto in springlike display. I heard and eventually spotted my first Baltimore Oriole of the spring. This bird’s rich, whistling song is only heard in our area for about 6 weeks so I especially love to hear it.
Other birds that I was able to photograph:
Summer, fall, winter, spring,
The seasons rotate as each brings
Its special beauty to this Earth of ours.
Winter’s snow and summer’s flowers;
Frozen rivers will flow come spring,
There is a renewal of everything. – Edna Frohock (1906–97)