Water Bliss

Mikawoz Water Bliss

Water Bliss

Is there anything more beautiful or blissful than seeing, hearing and feeling a natural waterfall? I love the sound of the water as it comes over the rocks or mountain side and feeling the soft spray of sparkly, wet water droplets. This is one of many beautiful falls in British Columbia.

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Red Lantern

Mikawoz Red Lantern

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I like the composition of the photograph I took with the red lantern based the way it is. It is a memory of by-gone day when lanterns were the main source of light in homes.

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Rainbow Over Falls

Mikawoz Rainbow Over Falls

Rainbow Over Falls

The sun reflecting off of the sparkling water has created a beautiful rainbow amidst the Sunwapta Falls.

According to Wikipedia, “Sunwapta Falls is a pair of waterfalls of the Sunwapta River located in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. The falls are accessible via a 600 metres access road off the Icefields Parkway, which connects Jasper and Banff National Parks. The falls have a drop of about 18.5 metres.”

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Peak-a-Boo

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Peak-a-Boo

Here is a little, brown, burrowing owl. It is just peaking out from the leaves as if to say “Peak-A-Boo.” It is spectacular in its own way.

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Rocks Amongst Greenery

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Rocks Amongst Greenery

This was taken at the Duck Pond in St. Vital Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The boulders are a great place to take family pictures at. There is bird home in the background up on a stilt. it was particularly green with algae that year.

According to Wikipedia, “St. Vital Park is a 100 acres park in southern Winnipeg, Manitoba, located on a bend of the Red River.”

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Bridge Over Paradise

Mikawoz Bridge over Paradise

Bridge Over Paradise

This wooden arched bridge is found on a pathway around the Bloedel Conservatory in Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is found close to the Japanese Gardens and overlooks a small waterfall through the rocks.

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Serenity at Lake Winnipeg

Mikawoz Serenity at Lake Winnipeg

Serenity At Lake Winnipeg

This is a view of our lakeshore at our cottage in Little Deer, Manitoba, Canada. We call it “Serenity” for that is what it is and we are truly thankful. It is situated on Lake Winnipeg. I love the white puffy clouds, the blue serene lake, the awesome trees and the boulders and rocks – just the whole beautiful natural scene.

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Green Waters

Mikawoz Green Waters

Green Waters

Here is an image of a beautiful Lake Louise in Alberta Canada. It has gorgeous green waters. The tree is framing the photo along with the rocks and mountains and glacier in the back.

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Calm Lake and Moon

Calm Lake and Moon

Mikawoz Calm Lake

This is a photo of a very calm evening showcasing a beautiful glass even water lake with the moon shining along the water.

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“Look Ma, I can fly!”

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This is an image of a pelican flying near a dock on Lake Winnipeg.  I like the way he or she delicately takes off from the rocks to fly and seems to be saying “Look Ma, I can fly!”  The other pelican is oblivious and looks like he or she is saying, “Boy, I don’t care.  Stop showing off my brother/sister (pick one).  We can all do that!  Who really cares!  I am going to ignore you.”

Their large beak and large throat pouch is used for catching fish and not carrying babies as fairy tales would have us believe.  Too bad!  They range in many areas and fossil evidence show that they date back to 30 million years ago.  They are gregarious birds who hunt cooperatively and breed colonially.  Pelicans are found on inland lakes and costal waters.

According to Wikipedia, “They have suffered from habitat destruction, disturbance and environmental pollution, and three species are of conservation concern. They also have a long history of cultural significance in mythology, and in Christian and heraldic iconography.”

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