Rocks, trees and water. Perfection.
The water flows in from snow melts to the north and runs through rivers and rapids until it meets Lake Rosseau. Once this location was home to a logging mill. The river would have been jammed with felled trees. Finally all the trees were stripped away from the land. Now many years later, we see nature has renewed herself.
Pristine perfection. Can you hear the water call?
Sometimes it does seem overwhelming. Life can be difficult, full of disappointments, pain and suffering.
There is nothing more uplifting than seeing a baby's joy at a new discovery. In the book, Peter Pan, it says that fairies are born when a baby first laughs. My little sweetie in this picture has spread many happiness fairies... there are invisible sushi fairies surrounding her right now. Do you see them?
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.