When I lived in Europe, I used to carry my camera with me everywhere I went. I miss that. This past weekend, after Brandon's Big One (which was loads of fun), we continued south-west to Sarah's home town, Souris, MB. It was inspiring, and a great opportunity for snapping some photos in rural Manitoba.
This red canoe caught my eye on the side of the road. Sarah thought I was crazy, I think, but she stopped the car. I'm so glad she did!
I took this one through the front wind-shield. No stopping for the pretty trees! ;)
I love this railway wagon, and I'm so jealous of the person who has this as their front garden decor! I may have trespassed to take this photo...
Our true destination was the agate pit, so we could collect beautiful rocks. I actually found some gorgeous pieces of petrified wood (amongst other treasures) that will soon become one of a kind rings!
On the way into the rock pit, we happened upon the town's junk yard, which made for some interesting shots. I love to look at not so artistic things in an artistic way. :)
Leaving the rock pit, on the way back to the car, well, it looks like we just missed a raccoon!
Which of these pics is your fave?