Gathering Place

Gathering Place – Photography by Mary Mikawoz – Click on image or link to see the bigger picture.

I took this photograph awhile ago but it is happening again as it usually does in autumn. The Canadian Geese are flying south for the winter from having been up north. I know we have many, many geese in Winnipeg but these ones are actually in Arborg, Manitoba. There is this quaint little river that runs by the town and it winds along its path. Every year, the geese gather in huge multitudes. It is a glorious display.

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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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Whitemouth River Falls

I love the contrast of the water in this photo.  The snow and ice are white, serene and still.  Underneath, you find flowing and open water but it is placid and calm.  It looks blue but it clear water.  Just below, you see the water not only trickle but really come alive as it falls over rocks.  From passive to active, this water flows and changes down the river path.

Due to the many rapids along this river’s path, it is apparently very popular with canoe enthusiasts.  Aside from the Seven Sisters, there are also the towns of River Hills, Elma, Whitemouth, and Hadashville located along the river in Manitoba, Canada.

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