Then to Now: Summer to Winter

On July 1st Canada Day I spent sometime at Winnipeg’s meeting place ‘The Forks’. Those of you that don’t live in a place that goes from extreme heat to extreme cold can get a sense of summer and winter in the ‘Peg’ through some photographs of THEN being summer and NOW being winter. It was over 30 degrees Celsius on July 1st and during the months of December and January we have had the coldest two months since 1949 as most days we had a wind-chill of -30 degrees Celsius.

Human Rights Museum July 1st 2013

Human Rights Museum July 1st 2013

Human Rights Museum February 2, 2014

Human Rights Museum
February 2, 2014

Performers July 1st

Performers July 1st

Skating  February 2nd

Skating
February 2nd

Waiting for a Water Taxi July 1st

Waiting for a Water Taxi July 1st

Waiting for a Toboggan  February 2nd

Waiting for a Toboggan
February 2nd

The Patio and a Beer  July 1st

The Patio and a Beer
July 1st

The  Warmth of a Tepee

The Warmth of a Tepee

Scrabble

Scrabble

Hockey

Hockey

Canoeing on a July Day

Canoeing on a July Day

Skating and Hockey

Skating and Hockey

Reflection of Days Gone By

Reflection of Days Gone By

Staying Warm by the Fire

Staying Warm by the Fire

About jameswhoddinott

My novel 'When Eagles Dare to Fly' represents my belief that good will always triumph over evil and by developing who we are on the inside we will find our way. My newest novel 'The Fates' was released earlier this year that examines a society that discovers immortality. I have a blog called an 'Author, blogger and his musings' which talks about my writing, political issues as well as other areas of interest like education, art and photography,
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One Response to Then to Now: Summer to Winter

  1. …and winter must be nasty up there this year!

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