Tuesday, October 19, 2010

My world changes with the seasons

The Alberta prairie was unusually green this year,
due to unseasonably heavy rainfall.

As autumn approached the prairie, the greens faded
while yellows and beiges became more predominant.
Ever patient, Lindy waits while I take a photograph of the sky,
then lets me take one of her, too.
In our yard, some trees were bare and ghostly
even before other trees turned yellow.

Photos by Richard Schear and Kay Davies.
Posted for the My World Tuesday meme.


Anonymous said...

Lovely shots - especially of Lindy!

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

gorgeous Autumn shots.

Sylvia K said...

Fall has arrived for many of us! Great pics of Lindy! Hope your week is off to a great start, Kay! Enjoy!


Ebie said...

Changing seasons bring rebirth, new life and new hope.

My favorite is Autumn.

Vernz said...

Happy Tuesday there KAy... wow your view is fantastic ... love Lindy! such a cutie fella.. dropping by.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots of seasonal changes.Linday is very cute.

Mara said...

I have so much to learn. For some reason (don't asky me why) I thought prairies would be flat as a pancake! Great to see they aren't!

Lesley said...

I love those gently rolling hills. I bet Lindy does as well!

BraCom (Bram) said...

Beautiful My World posting

Have a nice week,
Greetings, Bram

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Lily Hydrangea said...

The prairie is beautiful - as is Lindy, nice world you live in!

Carver said...

Your world is very beautiful. The prairie looks so lovely and great shot of your dog.

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful shots, it seems to be a very uneven fall as far as the trees go. Your Lindy reminds me of my Goldie Girl.

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Belle le tue foto... dolcissima Lindy :)
Buona giornata.

Reader Wil said...

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