Have a grape Saturday. 😉
I chanced on this fiery sunset casting these blazing streaks on the new snow.
Happy weekend everyone. 🙂
Happy mid-week, everyone. 🙂
Right now I am covered in snow (this is waaay too early!) at my work home, but pleasant July memories of my home home are sustaining me. This was taken on my birthday.
Have a good week everyone. 🙂
I took this photo back in August. Those green leaves are all gone now and today a snow storm started. I am presently at 61° N latitude (roughly the same as Oslo, Norway) after all, so winter comes early.
It will probably snow every day now for about the next month (we are near a very big lake and that makes a lot of snow until it freezes).
But dreaming of summer is a very good thing. An appreciative thing. 🙂
I found this form of wild pea still flourishing even though it has now become quite cold here in the Northwest Territories.
Nice to still see these colours, but they won’t last long now.
Happy weekend, everyone. 🙂
This amazing photograph of a Siberian tiger hugging a tree was taken in the wild with a hidden camera. The camera was set up in the forest and then left to be triggered when the tiger came by.
As you can imagine, pictures of these extremely rare tigers are difficult to get and this one has very deservedly won the Wildlife Photography of the Year competition for photographer Sergey Gorshkov.
To read the original article, click here: https://www.bbc.com/news/amp/science-environment-54518336
Enjoy the rest of your week. 🙂
A rainy wind storm recently blew away all our autumn leaf colours, but here’s a reminder of those lovely hues.
Have a great week, everyone. 🙂
Autumn sunsets are exquisite.
Taking the long way home is sometimes a very good thing. Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson:
In Canada, we celebrate Thanksgiving this weekend. With covid still making the rounds, it will be an odd one, but we can still be thankful for being able to take the long way.
Have a good one. 🙂