Category Archives: Calendar Story

Remember that plank yard fence I mentioned in February’s calendar story?  Well here it is again.  I really do like the view from my yard!  This photo includes 2 of my favorite equines – brothers Chinook & Breeze.  Back lit sunset shining through the trees on handsome Mr Breeze at the wood gate  – an […]

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I took this photo last year on Good Friday, with one of my favorite songs to sing at Easter time playing through my head… In Christ alone my hope is found He is my light my strength my song This Cornerstone this solid Ground Firm through the fiercest drought and storm What heights of love […]

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Now what do I write about this month’s picture?? Obviously I liked the picture enough to feature it in my 2017 calendar, but there’s nothing very unique or amazing to share about this month’s picture.   But the longer I look at it the more I think I’ll just say that it’s filled with lots of […]

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This is Champo.  A handsome bay, a calm steady fellow.  An energy conserving (lazy?! or smart?!) guy who would rather stand around than run around .  He was my very first horse of my own, and oh the joy I’ve experienced and the tears I’ve shed while working with Champo.  Despite our ups and downs, I am so […]

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There is something soo amazing about walking through a frosty winter wonderland!  There is not much more to say about this month’s calendar story; only to encourage you to get outside to admire creation’s beauty the next time its covered in hoarfrost.  Pictures of frost covered trees are wonderful, physically being outside enjoying the frost covered trees is […]

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A beautiful crisp November morning; this picture was a first for me.   No, definitely not the first grass or frosty morning picture I’ve taken, but the first time I actually went out and took personal pictures before I left to photograph a wedding. Usually when I have a wedding to photograph that day, I spend […]

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Can I admit something to you? Even though as a farmer I know that thistles and dandelions are weeds… sometimes as a photographer I can’t help myself and I just love how those plants look when the sun backlights their white fluff.  Anyone else with me?  And can’t help but think how pretty a field […]

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One of my favorite roads to take a scenic drive down in the fall is the Sunken Bridge road just west of Ponoka.  The narrow gravel road is edged with poplar trees on both sides as you drive down the hill to: this view of the Battle River.

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