These brilliant tulips were the first to bloom! © Rita Jacques 2020 My front yard.
© Rita Jacques 2020 My backyard–stay home, stay safe!
After several years of no blooming and then mediocre blooming, my forsythia bush pulled out all the stops and is superb! Yay! © Rita Jacques 2020
Crocuses after the rain. They always look best freshly washed by Mother Nature. My backyard! © Rita Jacques 2020.
Here are a few pics of purple coneflowers—Echinacea purpurea—to bring some colour to a dreary winter’s day. Enjoy! Photo credits are shared with my hubby, Guy. Neither of us can remember who took the pics! © Rita Jacques 2020 Windsor, Ontario.
Life’s been busy! Here’s a Thousand Word Thursday on a Friday, haha! I took a walk through the garden and captured any colour I could find. Enjoy! © Rita Jacques 2019 Windsor, Ontario.
Captured this bee covered in pollen in the backyard with my camera and I also took a pic in the front yard with my new phone. Love them both! Which is your favourite? © Rita Jacques 2019 Windsor, Ontario.
These purple coneflower–or echinacea–photos were taken about a month ago. I credit my husband for the best pics. Neither of us can actually remember who grabbed the camera that particular time! © Rita Jacques 2019 Windsor, Ontario.
It’s been a rewarding summer spent raising Monarch butterflies. Twenty butterflies have been born and released into my gardens. Five still to go! The absolute best part has been seeing Monarchs fly around my yard all the time. Check out these pics! Enjoy! © Rita Jacques 2019 Windsor, Ontario.
The road started out looking just fine— but once you rounded the corner it was pretty easy to see why the road alongside the beach was closed this summer! My hubby, Guy was a great sport to pose at the edge. I was a little nervous myself stepping close to the brink myself to capture… Continue reading Thousand Word Thursdays #147