Rural landscapes: Merry Christmas from Alberta
WREATH AND WAGON WHEEL, NEAR CALGARY, ALBERTA
I would have loved to scatter some snow on the wreath, but that would have intruded on private property and rural homeowners in this western Canada province are hyper-vigilant about security. (That’s understandable; it takes police much longer to reach country properties and criminals know it.)
All that said, I hope you find a way to have a merry Christmas in this pandemic world, and ponder the life-giving reason for the season:
“As I read the birth stories about Jesus, I cannot help but conclude that though the world may be tilted toward the rich and powerful, God is tilted toward the underdog.” – Philip Yancey
Nikon D7100, tripod, 70-300-mm. telephoto zoom lens
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