Skiing and Snowshoeing

When I sense the sun on a cold winter day and see the gentle rays upon the landscape, I am moved and can feel the unleashing of all kinds of somatic songs within me.

Cedar and stream

Parc Mont Tremblant

Sun in Mont St-Bernard

Even the crusty snow absorbed the sun light; anxious for some light after sunless days.

Laurentians, Quebec

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A winterberry "sundae"

Ste-Agathe des Monts


In a cottage in a wood

Wentworth North

Snow-capped winterberries

Ste-Agathe des Monts


View from Far Hills

The golden ending of a perfect day.

Val Morin, Quebec.

One drop at a time

One drop at a time, over the years, sculptures the masterpiece.

Wentworth North, Quebec

Two ice columns

Wentworth North, Quebec

Snow sculpture

February 2019, Laurentians.

Created by nature herself.

Snow buds in the Park

The snow flakes had just fallen and the buds engaged.

Montreal. Quebec

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published in Friends of Mount Royal Cemetery 2019 calendar

Ice curtains with Cedar

Wentworth North, February 2019.

The intracacies of cold and water.

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Cross-country snow shoe trail

Safe and protected from the cold and wind; I could have walked for hours.

Laurentions, Quebec

Beech leaves in snow hang on

Mid- winter Beech leaves were the only ones still there.

Laurentians, Quebec

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Winter stream

We used to call it the Christmas stream in the frount fields.

Laurentians, Quebec

Ski track, she went that way...

What is ahead? will it be a long steep hill or a soft curve? I love the anticipation!

Laurentians, Quebec

Icycles

Now I know how little plants find places to grow in rock! I have seen ice split huge boulders in half. Laurentians, Quebec

Open water snow sculptures

The snow sculptures of Lac des Femmes

Parc Mont Tremblant, Quebec

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International Ice Sculptures

Winterfest, Ottawa, 2018

Row forest after snow shower

This forest makes me giggle, it was planted in very precise lines; quite different from a naturally evolving forest.

Laurentians, Quebec.

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