As you are aware, painfully aware by now I'm sure, I have recently been perusing pictures taken in past Junes. I am finding ones that I like, either because I simply like them or because they evoke a memory. I like this one ↓↓ : probably because of the texture and colour of the stonework. It's just a building in Almonte, but I sent Cuppa over there for scale purposes and as an point of interest.
One summer evening, possibly in the same year, but I already forget, I strolled around town experimenting with night photos. This ↓↓ was one of the shots. You can see Christmas lights in the tree; the town keeps them up all year, and they look awful purdy.
Next ↓↓ and last, for today anyway, is a rather noisy (as in poor quality) picture of a hummer at the cottage feeder that I took quite some time ago. Hummers haven't been as conspicuously present there in more recent years. Perhaps, it's because the place isn't as occupied as much and the feeder is too often dry. Naw, that couldn't be the reason.
Is that it for June Pics from the Archives? We'll see.