As we approach the end of another year, the thing to do
it seems, is to look back over the year and review some highlights.Well,I am looking back as well, but not just 12 months,I'm going back years, maybe as many as 50 years.
In this post,I am sharing pictures captured by my Hubby,long before he had that title.These pictures may well be around 50 years old, but the beauty remains the same, it is timeless.
Since I did not take these pictures,I cannot say exactly where they were made.I do know that all of them were captured in rural southern Manitoba.
This is a favourite of mine.I love the blue sky and the hoar frost on the trees.The tracks in the foreground are made by cross country skiers.
This looks like it is at Lake Minniwasta. Once again the trees have frost on them and that adds to the beauty.
A heavy fog is shrouding the distant view, but helps to bring the fence into focus.
Southern Manitobas has a lot of flat land, but we do have some small hills.This is from one of those hills, looking down onto the farmland.
This picture is not as old as the others.This is Steve, as a young boy, playing on the snowdrifts on our yard.
"Without change life is not possible. Breath itself is a constant exchange of air, without which we would die. The temptation is to resist change out of anxiety that we will lose our identity. Instead, what we need to do is breathe—opening ourselves intentionally to wonder, curiosity, playfulness, creativity, and hope."