Rainbow Sky

Mikawoz Rainbow Sky

Rainbow Sky

I was travelling on a plane and captured the beautiful clouds high above the sky. It is called “Rainbow Sky” because of the rainbow gradient I have put on it. I see the sky as a sign of hope for the present and future. We are heading towards a bright, new future with the Corona Virus scare and concern as we get past this huge hurdle.

We will defeat this and move forwards.

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Red River View

Mikawoz Red River View

Red River View

This is an aerial photograph of the Red River Valley system. It is a view that shows how the river snakes its way through the prairies. At this time of year, we have to concern ourselves with the flooding of the plains. “According to the province’s latest flood report, the Red River at James Avenue is expected to crest at 19 to 19.3 feet between April 21 and 23, 2020.”

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River Path

Mikawoz River Path

River Path

This is an aerial photograph of one of my trips back home. It highlights a river path snaking its was through the country side. Only a few wisps of clouds remain. This was in the winter time but we were far enough south that there wasn’t any snow on the ground.

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Winnipeg Floodway

Mikawoz Winnipeg Floodway

Winnipeg Floodway

On a plane trip back to the Winnipeg Airport we flew over the Winnipeg Floodway. Although it seems like it is a river it is just way too darn straight to be one. It is also known as the Red River Floodway and Duff’s Ditch after Premier Duff Roblin after his government implemented it after the disastrous 1950 flood. It has saved countless floods and money in this plains area.

According to Wikipedia, “It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2000, as the floodway is an outstanding engineering achievement both in terms of function and impact.”

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Overhead Clover

Mikawoz Overhead Clover

Overhead Clover

This is an image of an overhead clover down below in the snow-frosted landscape. It is taken from an airplane on the right-hand side. It was winter in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada still in February a few years ago.

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