While traveling in December, we encountered surreal surroundings as we rode in and out of fog banks. The prairie horizon, because of the rather flat landscape, is miles away, and all the intervening farms and buildings are usually in view. This day, though, we lost sight of the horizon in the fog, causing this familiar land seem somehow alien at times.
I spotted this wonderful play castle at our city Arts Centre. The kids were having a great time exploring the huge structure, and graciously stepped aside for a moment to allow me to take a photo. Wouldn’t I have loved to play in something like this to spark imaginary adventures when I was young?
I know I’ve posted pictures in the past of frost covered trees, but this day in December was a day of exceptionally heavy frost that covered every outdoor surface. The fog surrounded us as we traveled the highway. At home, an artificial plant on our balcony, and a little tree show just how thick the frost had become.
I’m a bit late in posting about my popular posts of 2019, and I’m still surprised by the amount of views some of them had.
#10: Prairie Mountains
#9: Harrison Hotsprings
#8: Bird Spotting
#7: Renovation Invitation
#6: Vintage Opulence
#5: On the Road
#4: Crafting With the Grandkids
#3: It’s Cold!
#2: Alphabet Photography Help?
And #1: Yarn Bombing With a Twist
These posts are so diverse in nature, proving that you never know what will interest readers. I hope, in 2020, I can come up with more subjects worth viewing.