Still going strong after 60 years.
A warm spring day and apple blossoms in the park.
Southern Alberta flowers follow a sort of pattern. A little bit. Kinda.
No surprise, it's still winter in the high country.
Searching everywhere for my favourite water bird, a pretty little cinnamon teal.
Crocuses, swans and snow geese on the prairies.
Springtime comes to our wonderful river.
Yeah, just because it's April it doesn't necessarily mean it's spring...
Wind-worn and weary in the wind at Keho Lake.
Looking for wild horses, I noticed how lovely the ice that remains in the foothills really is. For now.
In a matter of just a few hours the weather warmed and the snow melted. I pretty much missed.
March arrived with a snarl.
The eagles have returned to the eastern slopes.
A cold day roaming in the foothills southwest of Calgary.
A trip to Waterton.
Just a lazy day hanging out in the foothills of southern Alberta.
After whining about the cold for the last month, I went out while it was still chilly to get some pictures of the snow-covered countryside before the chinook ate it all!
I've always wanted to see the Ice Magic carving competition at Lake Louise. This year, I finally got there!
Ducks, eagles, coyotes and all kinds of weather on a wonderful day in the south end of the Porcupine Hills.
Pretty much had enough of this cold weather. Time for a chinook!!