First I've got a red River cart wheel photographed at Lower Fort Garry.
And secondly, the grotto at the trappist Monestary Ruins in St. Norbert, Manitoba.
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Pictures and words from my little corner of the world.
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Have a great week,
Despite Spring's official arrival, it still looking a lot like winter out my window - plenty of snow on the ground with more looming in the forecast (here's hoping that the weather forecasters maintain their high probability of being wrong).
So in honour of the snow that still blankets my little corner of the planet, here's today's photograph.
Below is an image of the Old Pinawa hydro dam in Pinawa, Manitoba, Canada, in winter, photographed with my Minolta maxxum 7 on Ilford hp400 film. The Old Pinawa Dam has been out of use since 1951 and is now part of a magnificent heritage park on the Winnipeg River, about an hour northeast of Winnipeg.
For today's sepia scenes contribution I've got an image of the sod house at Fort Whyte Alive Nature Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It's just my opinion, but this works so much better with the sepia tone - it provides so much more atmosphere than the original shot.
And here's the original un-edited shot.
And below, in lieu of a leprechaun, is a tiny house gnome that now resides in my rock garden.