Sunday, May 6, 2012


I am thankful that our fickle weather often plays dress-up with the landscape.

The mother nature we know is a little girl with a favorite doll, and lots and lots of outfits, accessories, and baubles.
Morning mist was the gauzy veil for Wednesday's commute.

When you interrupt your commute to snap a few pictures it sets a nice tone for the rest of the day.
Rainy, misty, overcast days can be wonderful occasions to seek a slower, more contemplative pace.  An opportunity to delve into subjects fit for deeper study and thoughtful deliberation.


Steve Williams said...

The red Vespa leaps out of the frame on these misty day pictures.

I love riding in that kind of weather. Look forward to seeing more.

Steve Wiliams
Scooter in the Sticks

Trobairitz said...

I was wishing it was a little rainier and misty this morning because it would have been warmer.

Hope you get some sunshine soon though.

Dar said...

Love your pictures! I love the contrast of your Vespa against the misty background. Aren't you getting tired of the rain? I know I certainly am. Today was brilliantly sunny, but rain is supposed to happen this week.

SonjaM said...

Like the pics but not missing the mist. I had a wonderful commuting day for a change. Dry and 17C. Hence, not complaining.

Unknown said...


I nearly passed by your office on my way home, I turn right at Byrne Road and Marine Way.


Make sure you keep either Friday or Saturday evening FREE (ie: open, not prebooked), I wanted to take you to:

either HERE:

or HERE:

I am not sure you son has been here before. Only open on the weekends in the evenings during summer, after dark. Huge food fair with delightful Asian street food. arrive with an empty stomach. do not have anything to eat before you arrive.

Riding the Wet Coast
My Flickr // My YouTube

David Masse said...

Thanks everyone for the comments.

Just got hom from L.A. and I'm on the road again headed to Toronto for meetings tomorrow.

It's a challenge keeping up with the blogs. I've got a couple of interesting posts to do with stuff from the L.A. trip. It could take a few days to sort it all out.

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