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A Lovely Evening Mosiac

Last week was the last meeting of our Naturalist group for the summer months.  We went on a hike at the Koffler Scientific Reserve in York Region.   It is a lovely place to visit.  It is owned by the University of Toronto and is used by many science students for their projects.  You see all around coloured flags that you are to stay away from as they are some students summer project.   The night was lovely with few mosquitoes.   I thought you might like to look at something elese rather than what is growing in my garden at the moment.  I will bore you with that later in the week.  Visit Mary at DearLittleRedHouse for more mosiacs.   Have a great gardening week.   Valerie

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Looks like a wonderful place for the students, beautiful mosaic.
Hi Val, I love the shot of the pond. A beautiful mosaic. Take care, Jen
I wouldn't mind sitting on one of those chairs by the lake with a glass of wine. :-)
Judith
Rettabug said…
I've never heard of the Koffler Scientific Reserve & look forward to learning more about it. It looks lovely & very relaxing!
Mary said…
Valerie, I am never bored with your garden flowers, but this mosaic is lovely, too. It looks like a wonderful place for a hike... :)
LDH said…
Lovely mosaic ~ peaceful and tranquil!

Nice stopping by to visit with you!
Ebie said…
A nice place to sit back and relax and enjoy nature.

I love it!

Mosaic Monday
Snap said…
Looks like a wonderful place for students ... for everyone! Lovely pond. Lovely mosaic.
Laurie said…
A beautiful, restful mosaic; thank you for sharing this!
Vee said…
Looks like a magical summer evening to me...
Debbie said…
Beautiful and serene mosaic. Thanks for your kind words on my post...means a lot coming from a Mom of two boys:)
Bobbi said…
Hi, a nice and beautiful mosaic. Hope you have a lovely new week!
Hugs...
Bobbi
Naturegirl said…
It is nice to get out into our surrounding woodlands for a change as you mention from our gardens!Nice scenery!I am west of you.
Our Back Porch said…
Oh, those chairs seem to be calling my name. lol Happy Mosaic Monday.

Back Porch Blessings,
Rebecca
luna said…
What a feeling on this place!
Beautiful mosaic!
Happy MM!
Riet said…
What a great mosaic. lovely pictures
Ingalill said…
What a wonderful place :)
Beautiful mosaic! I have scrolled down to visit other posts of yours -- love your photography! I am still at the point-and-shoot stage, myself. Someday I'll do grown up picture taking!

Love the name of your blog. I grew up on Long Island -- thought sand WAS soil!
Cass
How peaceful, great shots!
Debbie said…
A very relaxing mosiac! And no mosquitoes makes it even nicer.
Miss Kodee said…
I am so excited to see your mosaic! We like to hike to new places with our Cavaliers. I used to ride at Jokers Hills many did I say many moons ago! I will enjoy visiting it now to see the changes.
Pondside said…
Lovely mosaic. I don't know that particular reserve. The possibility of mosquitoes would have put me off, but I'm glad to hear you enjoyed your visit unmolested.
EG Wow said…
Oh, I bet that was a very lovely evening!
Johnny Nutcase said…
love the mosaic - looks like a place i'd love!

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