We all made it through the week and to the weekend, around here however things tend to get much busier on the weekends. I am being constantly confronted with the fact that summer is almost over, and its bittersweet. Jim and I have been truly run off our butts for the last few months and we are greatly looking forward to a slightly slower pace come fall, and for me, fall is absolutely my favourite season. But I'm not sure I'm ready for summer to be over. Things have been so crazy for us, the move to the B&B, running the place and all the work that entails, moving the business, building the studio and even the growing pains of this business as it approaches its six month birthday. I'm not sure that we managed to take the time to enjoy summer in this beautiful place we call home. But all this ennui aside, I suppose I have a colourway to release, and I must confess I am quite fond of this one.
This colour is neither green nor blue and somehow both. Reminiscent of the plants growing on the shoals this complex colour will astound you with all its possible combinations.
Beausoleil (beautiful sun) Island is the largest of the 63 islands that make up Georgian Bay Islands National Park. Located in the southeastern corner of Georgian Bay, the island is popular with visitors, summer campers, as well as reptiles and amphibians, many of which are endangered or threatened. Thanks to the many small islands and shoals in the park, there is room for everyone to enjoy this beautifully sunny locale.