For this week’s Five, I’ve decided to keep it simple. Nothing too deep, just several shots I took on June 21, the first day of summer, at my parents’ cottage in Ontario, Canada. These photos were all taken well after 8:00 pm, and I could not help but marvel at the way the warm light of the late evening sun was caressing everything it touched. I decided to capture those moments on film: shining through the porch screens, reflecting on the lake, spotlighting my parents’ dog, Della. It is hard to believe that the days now are getting shorter with each setting sun. I hope you are enjoying summer as much as I am. For a Canadian, such as myself, it is a fleeting and exuberant season.


by Andrew

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I feel like I am there with you and your parents. I love Canada and wish I could have been there.

Ken Newman

Nice shots Andrew. Sometime the best things in life are right where we live. All we need to do is open our eyes and see them.