Those are lucky turkeys, that's for sure!!I imagine the frost is not too far for you!It's -5 C today and frosty... walked out this morning to my job at 5:30am and frost was so thick I thought it had snowed... brrrr...lovely pictures.~Michele~
Beautiful photos! I love the low-laying fog along the road... stunning!
Ruth,The photos are beautiful. We don't have many wild turkeys here at present. They seem to have dwindled out. A couple of years ago hundreds died over the harsh winter.Love the photos. The Pembina Valley is beautiful.I followed your link from Ruth's blog and enjoyed meeting you and seeing your beautiful photos. Please drop by if you'd like to see some photos of the fall foliage in northern Ontario.Blessings,Mary
Ruth, I wish you a very happy Thanksgiving weekend.
Your last picture is full of astonishing beauty!!Its very lovely.Happy Thanksgiving to you too! Thank you for your visits to my blog.ann
The frosted leaves look so pretty, and the picture of the Pembina Valley is absolutely beautiful! I enjoy seeing your Manitoba landscapes. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!
Just found your site...beautiful photos and I like the verses you have! Love the mist in the valley picture.
Happy thanksgiving to you. That bottom photo is beautiful.
Run, turkey, run!
Ruth your eye for a good picture is a delight. I too had a post on frosted leaves in our winter, about July. When God puts frosting on the cake it's worth seeing. I'm glad the turkeys lived to tell the tale and that valley fog splitting the orange trees and golden hillside is really worth stopping for. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.
Happy Thanksgiving!Excellent fall shots to celebrate it with too :) Hope your day is just lovely!
Love that fog!!!
Thank-you for taking the time to visit this blog.I would appreciate your comments.I read everyone,but do not always take the time to respond to each one.Please come back again real soon. Ruth