Healthy Mindset – Days 44-46 The thing that has given me the greatest peace of mind through all of this has been going outside. From the beginning, I didn’t interpret “stay home” as having to stay inside. I took it to mean don’t go… Continue Reading “enough room for everyone”
Healthy Mindset – Days 41-43 The top three subjects on my Saskatchewan-related photography list are crocuses, owls, and foxes. Finally, yesterday, I photographed some crocuses! They are a sure sign of spring, only bloom for a very short period of time, and difficult to… Continue Reading “prairie crocus”
Summer in Canada to me means going somewhere and seeing some of my beautiful country. Canada is such a wonderfully diverse country and I appreciate it all…prairies, mountains, ocean, and our cities, too. I’ve only been as far east as Quebec City, and would… Continue Reading “Canada 150 – My Beautiful Country”
As much as I’ve decided that I’m going to get outside more this winter and not complain about how long winter is (I just have to get up the courage to put on the skates I bought recently and go skating for the first… Continue Reading “wheat field on a dreary Saturday afternoon”
One of my favourite picture taking days of the year started with a mid-July drive in the country looking for the perfect canola field. And while the canola field was everything I was looking for, it’s the clouds that made it one of my… Continue Reading “Saskatchewan Summer Scene”
In the last year, I’ve been lucky enough to experience some of the best scenery Western Canada has to offer. From the Great Bear Rainforest off the west coast of Northern British Columbia, to the beaches of southern Vancouver Island, and Banff National Park… Continue Reading “sunrise on the prairies”
A few more pics from Saturday afternoon. I love summer (it better not be over yet!) but I am looking forward to the changing colours of fall.
Since I seem to be on a cloud kick lately, here’s a picture from Sunday afternoon. The clouds were amazing that day (this is outside Regina near Pilot Butte).
Here are a few more sunrise pictures from two weeks ago…
This is what summer in Saskatchewan looks like to me.