Winter time in southern Manitoba results in a lot less photo opportunities than I would like. Never the less, there are still some spots of beauty and interest.
On a recent Sunday afternoon drive I was able to get a few such shots.
This little old building sits in the middle of a field. I think it must be an inconvenience for the farmer to work around it, but I am glad he has left it there.
Here, I have zoomed in some more to show the building itself.
A little further down the road a small flock of Wild Turkeys were feeding on a few leftover seeds they could find. These birds have beautiful iridescent feathers.
Later that day, I waited for the sunset and while I did, I was able to capture this shot of a partial moon.
The sunset, although not super spectacular, was still pretty.
I may think the winter drags on, or that there is a lack of things to photograph, but God's Word says:
To everything there is a season,
A time for every purpose under heaven