This is a big log beside the trail in the woodlot next door where I often stop to photograph Trilliums in May. It has a totally different appearance now, and is the brightest colour in the area.
I could take dozens of photos of mossy boulders. And beyond this one is some of the Broad-leaved Woodland Sedge.
Away visiting family for a couple of days this week, but I kept up my walks, so I'm still averaging 1 hour per day for this week. And we have SNOW! At least briefly, for the temperature is forecast to rise quickly to +10°C by mid-week, even though it's nearly -10 at the moment, with 2-3 inches of the white stuff on the driveway. I'm not going to bother shovelling or snow-blowing, 'cause it's going to melt anyway!