Meandering, Stumbles & Tumbles

Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 1
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 1
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 2
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 2
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 2a
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 2a
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 3a
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 3a
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 4
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 4
High Level Hospital - High Level, Ab - Canada
High Level Hospital – High Level, Ab – Canada
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 6
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 6
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 6a
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 6a
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 6b
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 6b
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 7
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 7
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 7a
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 7a
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 8
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 8
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 9
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 9
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 10
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 10
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 10a
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 10a
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 10b
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 10b
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 10c
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 10c
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 11a
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 11a
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 11b
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 11b
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 11c
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 11c
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 11d
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 11d
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 11d
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 11d
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 11f
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 11f
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 13
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 13
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 13a
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 13a
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 13b
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 13b
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 13c
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 13c
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 13d
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 13d
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 14
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 14
Hoar Frost Morning - High Level, Ab - Canada 15
Hoar Frost Morning – High Level, Ab – Canada 15

Our weather has been warm for January. In a portion of the year when we are accustomed to -40C and colder, last night rain fell upon our world. A thick slippery mat of ice coated all – vehicles moved with success while our biped selves slipped, slid, stumbled and tumbled. This set of images holds more meandering with a camera. Walking before school, white hoar frost dazzles. We may not see this weather outcome again this winter.

Listening to – Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs’ ‘Beg, Steal or Borrow,’ David Gray’s ‘Fugitive’ and ‘Kathleen,’ John Mayer’s ‘Queen of California’ and the Avett Brothers’ ‘Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise.’

Quote to Consider – “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever … It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” – Aaron Siskind

9 Comments on “Meandering, Stumbles & Tumbles

    • Maureen – thank you.

      The white text on white background is difficulty – not just for you, perhaps for most readers during this past few weeks of this theme being used; I’ve changed themes to a more readable presentation.

      Good, good!

    • Hey there, Laurie:

      Looks like you’re capturing the beauty of the snow; I’m with you on being snowbound. Up here, with an ice rain on Thursday night fire trucks were in the ditches responding to calls of accidents on the highways. I’ve stayed put this weekend.

      It’s intriguing though to find that you’ve had a ride within 2016. Very good schtuff!

      Thanks for looking in. Take care …!

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