It’s a gloomy, rainy day in Windsor town today.
But even gloomy days can provide a beautiful landscape, such as this colourful viburnum with it’s burgundy-rust leaves and bright red berries.
In fact, rainy days can be positively golden. This spirea hedge provides a ribbon of gold along one side of the property.
On the opposite side of the lot, poplars stand naked in a sea of golden ferns.
Despite recent high winds, this burning bush manages to hang on to some of it’s wonderful colour.
This maple still provides splashes of bright colour along the edge of the driveway and a golden carpet beneath its scraggly branches.
And what could be prettier than these tiny crabapples, bejeweled with raindrops with a tangerine hedge of wild roses as a backdrop.
There’s a bit of wabi-sabi from the balcony today — it’s a gloomy, but golden day.