The Northwest Territories’ Mackenzie River is the centre point of the longest river system in Canada, and includes the second largest drainage basin of any North American river after the Mississippi.
Winter Mackenzie River
Summer Mackenzie River
At times, it’s large enough to make you feel as if you’re on an ocean.
Happy Friday. 🙂
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. 🙂
On a hot day, what could be better than paddling down the river? If you’re visiting here, please be generous to those who can’t escape their own four…
Today’s Picture: 14 Sep 20
Isn’t this a beautiful scene. Thanks for sharing, Stuart. 🙂
If you’re visiting here, please be generous to those who can’t escape their own four walls at present, and share this widely on social media, so they…
Today’s Picture: 22 Aug 20
This photo oozes tranquility. Thanks, Stuart. 🙂
All over our wonderful world there are people who can’t get out and enjoy nature just now. Here, I’m trying to brighten the days for them by posting …
Today’s Pictures: 13 July 20
Some lovely rolling hills and a very pretty river. Thanks for sharing your photos, Stuart. 🙂
This week’s Friday feature is a recent photo of
a broad northern river, slumbering in its tranquil overcast.
The spring has been very slow to arrive this year, even for here, but today showed signs that it’s finally landed.
I ventured out a bit and saw three bears (!) and this pretty view.
Have a good weekend. 🙂