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April Sunset at Elk Island

April Sunset at Elk Island

The summer is in full swing now. We are all enjoying wonderful colors surrounding us wherever we go. I still remember, though, all the spring months, when I was impatiently awaiting this to happen. Being short of time, I really appreciated the rare moments when we could escape the city for a couple of hours and visit Elk Island National Park

March on the Prairies

March on the Prairies

End of March on the prairies.. Depending on the year, it may be that there is still a lot of snow outside the city, or, it might be mostly gone. It maybe sunny or it may be snowing or raining.. Sometimes the days are warm, sometimes it can get into -20oC for a few days.. You never know what you can find traveling the prairies.

A Day At The Mountains

A Day At The Mountains

Southern Alberta Rockies are too far away from us, here in Edmonton, to visit them often, however, we have been able to travel to the Waterton area a few times within the last several years. It is always a treat to go there and look for new places to explore, as well as re-visit the old favorites .

Memories of Harvest

Memories of Harvest

It is hard to only be able to see winter for months on end. It lasts so long, here in Alberta, that the need to turn to memories of warmer, more colorful months is often overwhelming.  As much as the weather is nice right now, we still have a lot of snow on the ground and I find myself missing colors and warmth of summer months. I'm quite happy that I am able to easily indulge in seeing pictures I took during those months

Memories of Summer Sunset, an experiment with Fuji

Memories of Summer Sunset, an experiment with Fuji

After a brief moment of spring, winter has returned to our corner of the world.  Snow is back on the ground that temperatures are back to normal.  With fond memories I was looking through my back catalog of images taken in 2015.  All those little trips we have taken, getting lost in the back roads of Alberta.

Last Moments Of Fall

Last Moments Of Fall

It must have been a murmur of falling snow that woke me up this morning way before 6AM. It wasn't a huge surprise, considering it is November and we have been snowed on earlier than that in previous years.. It is almost gone by now but, I know, we have only a couple of weeks left before it will be a full blown winter again and I am resigned to it, really... I am!