Winter has left us, at least I hope it has so it is time to post some of my last "frosty" scenes.
Oh,I may re-visit winter when it gets too hot in summer, but for now, this will be the last wintery post.
All of the pictures were taken during the last few days of March,so keep that in mind. By now I am seeing green grass outside and the sunshine is warm and very pleasant.
An early morning visit to Lake Minniwasta,gave me this shot. These two were resting in the morning sunshine.
The lake was still all covered with ice.
The morning sunlight was creating shadows on the frozen lake.
I'm always looking for birds to photograph. This is one I had mixed feelings about.This is the Stars (Shock Trauma Air Rescue Society ) helicopter leaving our local hospital. I am thankful we have access to this service, but also know that someone inside this chopper is very sick. That particular week we had this helicopter in our area at least four times.
A spring visit to the Pembina Valley was perfectly timed. The river had just broken up.
That swift water would have been icy cold.
Everywhere I looked there were huge chunks of ice.I had to take pictures, so here are several of those shots.
This one reminded me of a crystal. It was the cleanest one I saw.
Every day may not be good,but there is something good in every day.