Sunday, 15 December 2013

It's That Time of Year Again








This is a photo of the Flathead Range in the Crowsnest Pass in south-western Alberta.


Whenever the weather turns bitter cold with blowing snow the locals in Toronto complain initially and then they open up a little more to others in friendly gestures. Often the worst of the cold is over in a week; however, this time its continuing into a second week without much of a break. It warmed a little on Saturday to deliver snow and then the temperature dropped again. We should be counting our blessings and not encourage the deep freeze occurring in western Canada where Regina and Calgary have been experiencing -40C.

My absences from posting is due to personal matters taking a precedence. Two book reviews are nearing completion which should be posted soon.






Photo Credit: tipkodi CC=nc-nd-flickr


6 comments:

RuneE said...

It is that time of the year :-)
But when you get those temperatures You also get fine views!

Over her the weather has been mostly monochrome from top to bottom.

Leah J. Utas said...

I hope all is well and everything gets sorted.

Charles Gramlich said...

Gorgeous, and definitely cold looking.

Pam said...

Have missed your postings Barbara. The Flathead range photos is stunning - and -40 degree temperatures are hard to comprehend for me - wishing you a happy festive season Barbara, and thanks for your recent visit to Textilosophy Oz.

Reader Wil said...

Snow enhances the world! Today I arrived in Brisbane Australia. It is summer here . I t means sometimes oppressively hot, or excessive rainfall. In spite of this all, I hope to celebrate a great X-mas with my children.
Have a merry Christmas and a happy New Year.

A Cuban In London said...

Cracking view! :-)

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours!

Greetings from London.