Just a few photos from a lovely drive I took with Deborah Milton, yesterday. We dropped off a couple of pieces, for a class we're co-teaching at the Southampton Art School in the summer (more info to follow in the near future). No pretty little sandy beaches here, but instead a wild and wonderful beauty, on the shores of Lake Huron in Ontario. Despite the rather gloomy mood of some of the photos, it was a beautiful day for a three hour drive (each way)! Lucky for us, the art school is within walking distance of the beach.
The beach looks pretty lonely now, but I'm sure it will be packed by the next time we visit!
The gull was scoping out dinner!
I spotted a few blooms.
Dandelions were popping up all over the place but, I didn't expect to see one on the beach!
Spotted along the route. I couldn't resist the big, black crow and the rustic fence, now could I?
Hundreds of these windmills help to power the Toronto area. At least that's what someone told us when we inquired. It's funny to see what looks like hundreds of these, plonked down in the middle of farmer's fields. What the heck are they growing??