What’s not to love about where I live?! ❤ Ontario Here’s a tiny peek of a corner of our beautiful province.
Every season along the Niagara Parkway is enchanting.
tulips in Niagara
Festival of Lights Niagara Falls
You can spend years enjoying nature. The flowers, leaves and all the delicious fruits!
golden maple leaves
Some of the best places to immerse yourself in nature are our Provincial Parks. My favourite is Rock Point, Provincial Park.
native Ontario ‘field thistle’
I am so grateful for the beautiful province that I call home. ❤
In the life of a Mom silence is a precious thing. I cherish the moments knowing that the moments will stretch into longer and longer times as they grow older. (I try not to think too much about that…it brings sadness into my cherished silence.)
I had several photos to pick from as silence and quiet moments are very much needed for me to recharge. I seek silence daily.
The WordPress photo challenge was to show what silence looks like. What do your moments of silence look like?
November 18, and will run until January 31 of 2018
Canada’s largest lights festival is celebrating its 35th anniversary in Niagara Falls this year – and organizers say it’ll be their “brightest season yet.”
More than a million people from around the world come each year to see more than two million lights displayed throughout Niagara Falls during the city’s annual Winter Festival of Lights.
Source: Niagara Falls planning unreal holiday lights festival this year
The ice grows over time as layers of mist freezes turning Niagara Falls Ontario into a winter wonderland.
“I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says, “Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass