Faces of Winter

Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence.

Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance.

Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence.

Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.

(Yoko Ono)

Same ‘Ol, Same ‘Ol

November Yard

November Yard

March Yard

March Yard

Moose is Loose and Hungry Like a Horse

Cityslicker

Cityslicker

Ever-Changing Weather

Angry Blizzard

Angry Blizzard

Serene Sunset

Serene Sunset

Forlorn Field

Hibernating Bales of Hay

Hibernating Bales of Hay

Dances With Earth

Dancing Sundog

Dancing Sundog

Moondance

Moondance

Snowy Sentinels

A Prairie Pile On

A Prairie Pile On

Grain Elevator Towers Over Town

Grain Elevator Towers Over Town

Buick “A Drift”

Lost, and Found With A Shovel

Lost, and Found With A Shovel

Day’s End

Regular Prairie Exercise

Regular Prairie Exercise

A Happy Home

Fun With Jack Frost

Fun With Jack Frost

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6 Responses to Faces of Winter

  1. Christel says:

    Hi Shanomi,
    You are very talented to capture sceneries and impressions with the camera. I like your remarks underneath the photos. I am one of the few (or many ?) people who really enjoy winter in Saskatchewan.
    Keep up your good blogs.
    Christel

  2. Dale says:

    Nice photos,Shanomi. Most of the people on the south shore wouldn’t know what to do with that much snow.

    • Shanomi says:

      Thanks Dale. The weather here in SK reminds me of a Nova Scotia winter of my childhood years – more years ago than I’d like to admit. Hi to D and S.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Great photos, Shanomi !!!

    Ol’ Backwoods Bill

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