I found these bluebells growing along the side of a road on the Bruce Peninsula, waving their little heads in the breeze. I loved their dainty pastel lavender blossoms supported by such delicate stems.
Every afternoon, while cottaging with a friend, I would take my camera and go for a stroll along the winding road that lined Dorcus Bay. Countless hours were spent searching remote, isolated areas, for subject matter for my wildlife paintings. It was here that I experienced my first viewing of bluebells. Upon consulting my wildflower book, I learned that these pretty little flowers are also referred to as 'harebells'.