Winter Constant

Farm - Rimbey, Alberta 2
Farm – Rimbey, Alberta 2
Farm - Rimbey, Alberta
Farm – Rimbey, Alberta
Field Entrance - Woking, Alberta
Field Entrance – Woking, Alberta
Former Farm - Notikewan, Alberta
Former Farm – Notikewan, Alberta
Peace River - Dunvegan, Alberta 1
Peace River – Dunvegan, Alberta 1
Peace River - Dunvegan, Alberta 2
Peace River – Dunvegan, Alberta 2
Peace River - Dunvegan, Alberta 3
Peace River – Dunvegan, Alberta 3
Peace River - Dunvegan, Alberta 4
Peace River – Dunvegan, Alberta 4
Grain Elevator - Sexsmith, Alberta 1
Grain Elevator – Sexsmith, Alberta 1
Grain Elevator - Sexsmith, Alberta 2
Grain Elevator – Sexsmith, Alberta 2

In a spring that needs to take hold more firmly, winter drags on, a guest overstaying its welcome. Winter continues as constant in and around Alberta and features in photos – farms dusted with snow, grain elevators and Harvestor Silos providing colour against the snow, the Peace River melting through ice … covered with snow. Each are presented here.

Listening to – Francesca Battistelli’s ‘This is the Stuff’ and JJ Heller’s ‘What Love Really Means.’

Quote to Inspire – “The photograph is completely abstracted from life, yet it looks like life. That is what has always excited me about photography.” – Richard Kalvar

4 thoughts on “Winter Constant

    1. Hello, hello …

      It is an interesting shot of a former farm, one that is likely shifted from or bought out by a larger farm operation.

      In any case, the tentative nature of the home or homestead that was is what the image is about … and, winter that lingers on.

      Take care …. 😉

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