Tag Archives: nature

Autumn Lake

On a recent warm day I went for a walk on the shores of Great Slave Lake. This is a huge lake (tenth largest in the world) and is not usually this calm (unless it’s frozen πŸ˜‰ ).

I think this was a last hurrah before northern winter closes in, and in fact, the weather turned windy and rainy the next day.

This was a wonderful last summer sigh and I’m glad I was able to enjoy it.

Greetings from an autumnal Northwest Territories.

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Favourite Summer Photos, Part I

Here are some of my most popular photos from the summer. Can you believe we’re heading for autumn? So soon??

This rainy rosie was well-liked and is one of my favourites too.

And this cutie. I don’t know what kind of flower this is, but it’s seriously lovely and delicate.  πŸ™‚

And daisies. They weren’t necessarily a blogger favourite but they are my favourite, so I’m including them.

Happy Tuesday. πŸ™‚

 

Green Growing

The vineyards of the Okanagan Valley are verdant and blowsy with green growing …

… and green globular wine grapes, tight with juice and flavour …

… unless they’re red. πŸ™‚

Most of them will soon be ready for plucking. They will become lots of types of wine, both precious and humble, and everything in between.

Like us.

Greetings from the vineyards of the Okanagan Valley. πŸ™‚