For the love of food...the love of creating...the love of eating...with friends
I love your photos. thanks for sharing.Carol-the gardener
I lived in Calgary for many years and the colour of the cottonwood trees along Memorial Drive parallel with the Bow River is stunning.
Great shots and your header is beautiful!
Such beautiful scenery. I've never been to Calgary, but it's on my list. I hear it is beautiful country.Thanks for being a part of Seasonal Sundays. Hope to see you next week.- The Tablescaper
I love the picture with the gorgeous yellow leaves and the fence down.
Oh my! Look how much your trees have turned already! Lovely photos!And your shortbread in the previous post? Yummy. I copied the recipe. I have an Ina Garten recipe that is similar....I love savory shortbread.
Our colors are starting to come in. I love/hate this time of year. It's so pretty, but I know it's going to be cold!
We're way behind you here in the NYC area... everything is still very green!Looking at your pictures is a good foreshadowing of what is to come. Lovely shots.
Hi Sarah, Such beautiful Falls colors! It's my most favorite time of the year! I wanted to make sure I let you know that I'm featuring you on my blog this week, please stop by and pick up your One Lovely Blog Award♥
how beautiful it is in Calgary. we want to return to Banff again someday! My favorite of your photos is the 3rd shot of the country road between the trees . . . .you really have a good 'eye'!!!
Carol> my pleasure.Valli> I agree. Many of them have been removed due to old age and they have relandscaped along Memorial Dr. Still beautiful.Pig in Mud & Nana> thxTablescaper> I will try!Kate> I found myself needing to kill a few minutes so dragged out my tripod and camera.Barbara> I loved that shortbread, too.Marjie> it lasts for such a short time and the wind comes up and blows them all away.Deana> hard to imagine from here!Rebecka> how sweet. Thank you.Bella> thx!
I love the fall colors! We don't get those in Arizona:(
I appreciate your comment! Please visit often.