Saturday morning sunrise was gloomy and and partially foggy. However the colourful and cute small town Niagara-on-the-Lake makes even that kind of weather festive and joyful. It is the most loveable touristic place in Niagara Falls area. No matter what season it is there are a lot of people on the streets of this beautiful town. Let me show you what it looks like in the early morning.
Definitely, they are not native Canadians. However they are here and living their hard immigrant life.
Among the numerous Niagara Falls attraction there is the Bird Kingdom. Here you can see a lot of exotic birds which are not usual for Canada. They are treated well and place is looking pretty close to real world for these creatures. However, it is not their natural habitat, it is only nice prison for them. Nevertheless, it is very busy place where families with kids enjoy this beautiful attraction.
We say good bye to July again. It happens too often.
The Welland Canal locks allow large ships over 200 yards in length that may weigh approximately 30,000 tons to travel between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie in spite of the 326.5 ft. difference in elevation. The Welland Canal locks lift and lower these ships with the help of gravity and large quantities of water. The force of gravity is used to fill or drain a lock moving about 20 million gallons of water in about 11 minutes. It is this movement of water that actually lifts or lowers a ship in a lock. The force of gravity is so strong that it draws this water a distance of 27 miles from lake Erie to Lake Ontario filling and draining the 8 locks in between. (wellandcanal.com)
Sunflowers all the time watching to the East. Probably they are named not only because they look alike, but because they miss and wait for the Sun all the time.
I am not going to write down about this beautiful place. For me it is just one of my favorite places related to our happy life for 23 years in the most popular among the people town of Oakville. Paletta Park is not located in Oakville but in Burlington, however both of these two towns flow smoothly from one to the other. Crossing these towns we pretty often make a short visit to some of our favorite places. Unfortunately, the towns lost their charm because of being overpopulated and become mostly looking like a city. However in the early morning or bad weather they are still the same like we found them at the very first time we saw them.
For those who is interested in Paletta Park story here is the link: https://www.palettalakefrontmansion.com/about
The Sun is just coming. The Nature is waking up. All the light is in the Sky.
I love to visit Toronto early Sunday Morning. The most comfortable time to be there because of cool air, empty streets, and absolutely no crowd. It is good time for walking around downtown and enjoy the quiet city life. On Sunday all the shops are closed till noon, only some cafes and restaurants which serve breakfast are opened. This is why there are not many people on the streets. Closer to noon the city is filling up by the people and looks like an anthill, then it is time to leave it.
It is only matter of time to make dramatical changes in everything.
Some places save Halloween decorations full year long and they become like a part of environment. The Howell Pumpkin Farm is the place where the Halloween is every single day.
Morningstar Mill is a 2.98-acre heritage site located in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The site includes the Morningstar Mill, a sawmill, the home of the Morningstar family, a barn used for blacksmith demonstrations, and the Decew Falls gorge along the Niagara Escarpment. (Wikipedia).
Beautiful morning time. The sun rises pretty early this time of the year. We are almost at the summer solstice.
To make pictures of chicks is not safe. While I tried to make some, Robin-mother attacked me. Then I have to do so through the window.