The rains and cooler weather have been good for my northern garden. For once, the deer have kindly left the heads on my hydrangea bush! I like this play of wildflowers, domestic cottage garden plants, old birdhouses and Muskoka granite. The humming birds like the bright red bee balm poking through on the right.
Sharon Frayne is a writer and artist. She is a member of the Canadian Author's Association, the Niagara Writer's Circle and the Pumphouse Art Gallery. She looks for the universal experience and the mystery in everyday things.