A beautiful winter boulevard from Achim Bornemann.
Nope, but it sure looks like a small one!
I like how the frozen surface of the little snowflake reflects the light from my camera; a crystalline brightness.
We recently drove through some ice fog.
It has a beautiful effect, and seriously coated the leading edge of our truck antenna, but it can also cause slippery driving conditions and poor visibility.
It’s much better to observe its charms from inside.
Our daylight hours are slowly lengthening now, but they still feel very short.
By June, our sunsets will be occurring at 2:00 a.m., but for now, we have plenty of darkness for sleeping.
Another beautiful view from our recent drive through Jasper National Park.
If you’re interested in Jasper, here’s a link: https://parks.canada.ca/pn-np/ab/jasper It’s an amazing place to visit year-round and has the second largest dark sky preserve in the world.
At a rest stop while driving through British Columbia and Alberta on the Yellowhead Highway, we saw this beautiful scene.
There has been a lot of snow here in the subarctic north.
It has left a lovely white decoration all over the trees that contrasts beautifully with the blue sky.
We had good weather for the most part on our return drive from the south to the north.
Snow tipped mountains reflected a bright sun.
Penticton creek empties into Lake Okanagan near a very popular walking trail.
I especially enjoyed morning walks there with our friend’s dog whom we looked after over the winter break.
It was great to stroll again along the lake, particularly with a dog who enjoyed every second!