Silver and White on Manitoulin Island

The month of June is about over meaning that Jude will soon be changing her “white & silver” Life in Coulor to something else for July. I have been paralyzed by options as I scanned some of my favorite files. Today I told myself to just do it – so I picked a day on Manitoulin Island in Canada’s side of the Great Lakes. We have been thinking of returning but can’t until both countries decide that the pandemic is controlled enough to open the border. Doing this post seemed to sooth my soul’s need to soak in the calming atmosphere of the island.

Morning “Rush Hour” on a Quiet Manitoulin Island Lake in Canada
Bridal Falls
Silver Tin Roof on a Red Barn
A White Boat Waiting

I hope these photos helped you get a feel of this space in time and colour.

14 thoughts on “Silver and White on Manitoulin Island

  1. Did you notice the “White Boat Waiting” picture has a reflection that looks like a “less than sign”…an observation no doubt due to my cognate area of statistics.:-)

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    • Thanks, Jude. I stepped outside our travel trailer every morning to watch the sun rise over the water and bath everything in beautiful light, including the rushes.

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