Another early morning dog walk – the light is perfect, during that time of day, for taking pictures.
Cooling off at Westmount Park’s pond during a tropical heat wave.
Male pumpkin flowers (seriously!) in a garden on Melville Avenue. (The female flowers have a tiny “pumpkin shape” below their stems).
The male flowers bloom, only once, early in the morning and then close in about four hours.
Saturday evening saw a large attendance for another performance by Repercussion Theatre.
A walk through Westmount Park during a warm July weekend.
One several Amur Maples near the Melville Ave. entrance to Westmount Park. Their keys (samaras) are starting to turn a brilliant red colour that will contrast beautifully against the green foliage.
I have never ceased to be amazed by the lagoon’s coloured reflections following a thunder storm!
Westmount Park during a very humid Sunday afternoon and just before a thunder storm. Much too hot for long walks – our dog “hates” the sound of thunder!
Sunday’s jazz concert at the park’s gazebo. Apparently, the City has been sponsoring these for the past 30 years.
A rugby game, at the park, on a Saturday afternoon.