How beautiful is it to walk in the country with the snow covered fields all around you.
Sure it is cold and burr the wind is blowing lots too. Oh my Goshhhh,I could not believe my luck today, LOL.
I tell you, just one picture into the walk my camera told me the the card is full!! Oh no… really ?!
Gurr mittens off and deleting quickly some of the picture from way long ago…
All was set to take in the winter Wonderland in pictures once again.
Hope you will approve of them as much as I had fun falling into the snow and getting the camera and myself covered in snow too….Yes the ground was uneven as most county sites are and the snow hides it all. But that makes it so much more special to take the fun and special pictures. Most of all Memories to have.
This was totally amazing to see. First we did hear this loud noise from some kind of bird. Though we had no idea what it was from. I could not believe my luck, a Pileated woodpecker. The largest woodpecker alive in North America. It’s really interesting as I just not long ago was looking up the different kinds of woodpeckers we have here in Canada.
Here I am walking at Awenda Provincial Park and look what we did see. Unfortunately for me I did not have my telefocus lens with me… but taking my time I did get a flyby shot of this amazing Woodpecker.
I received this amazing request this morning…yess so cool!
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If they like what I am writing picture will be featured on their blog.
Always love taking pictures of water droplets on anything I can find. This day May 9 it was one of those days where we had some rain just the morning off. So I know there would be some great pictures. However this tulip took my eye right over. It was the first one to open up this year and it looked just so special in the new stage of life. Sometimes I feel many people see the beauty in the open flowers only.
This to me was even more special.
I feel the three leaves surrounding the inner pedals, are like a mother hugging her child.
For this shot I used my Canon EOS 70D and used my Macro lens to get it nice and close up.
Have a open mind look for the unusual things in life. See the beauty though your heart and soul….Just have fun.I very seldom modify my pictures. I may crop them here and there to take out extra that is not needed in picture.
Somehow a bird must have drooped this seed in my garden…
One of my favorite flower in the spring. It has a special meaning to me.. in so many ways. My childhood back home in Switzerland and memories of happiness growing up so free and loved. With bunnies in the garden and us playing with the Guinea pigs in the fields that where our pets. How could you not love to grow up with this kind of happiness.
Some may never ever experience this kind of joy. I am so grateful to have had this kind of joy.
My Mom ( Mutt) and Dad (Vat) always loved us no matter what even now my mom is the most amazing lady I know.
Unconditional Love for her kids.. even if we give her up and downs. Kids kind of do that to their parents… we all know that.
But mom, in my case loves all of me… Dad in heaven is always looking out. I know He doesn’t judge me for my up and downs.
“No one can take this happiness ever away!”
Because no matter what, bonds don’t break … ever.
“loved Once in Heaven are always with us …we never forget them and they are always in our hearts.
Love how this sweater turned out. I am blessed to have had this order from a grandma to knit this sweater for her grandson.
It always is special to see that at times people do reach out fro handmade items. I n my case it is handknit with my love for the passion of joy and happiness in my knitting this special gift for her grandson.
A pattern I had from a Magazine called Penguin from many years ago…