I was making supper on Saturday night and happened to look out the window and this is what I saw….so of course I turned down the burner on the stove, and went out and stood on my balcony (bare feet on cold concrete is a little chilly) to get a few pictures. This repeated itself a few times as the colour in the sky changed. Not the most relaxing supper, but you do what you gotta do sometimes (and I only noticed how cold my feet were after I was done taking pictures!).
This is the time of year when everything starts to turn to gold. Spring and summer are my favourite seasons, but I have to admit this is a pretty time of the year (although not here today as it’s windy, grey, and wet). November and March are my least favourite months of the year – November is usually windy, cold, and snowy (although the Roughriders usually make the playoffs so they are a good distraction). I’m just waiting for the multi-coloured lights of December that start appearing in living room windows, on trees and houses and yards that reflect so beautifully in the snow. March is just blah, blah, blah. I think winter should be over and I start looking forward to spring, but March is just such a long month!
Anyway…I will enjoy the golden hues of the season, and hope for a very short and mild winter.
I’m pretty sure I have pictures of these columns in every season!
one of my favourite colours
Wascana Creek looks pretty in the fall light….
another of my favourite places in Regina to photograph
I love fall sunsets and the view from my balcony…
Brrr….there was a bit of snow here this morning. It melted as soon as it hit the ground… I really don’t mind snow… but it’s too early! I still haven’t gotten around to cleaning up all my flowers (although the garden mum still looks great) and took these petunia pictures early last week.
I played around with these ones…