Sunday, October 03, 2010

Four Seasons in Four Days

We were smart to pack a large wardrobe of layers as we entered the magical land of the Canadian Rockies to the west and Canadian Badlands to the east. We encountered all four seasons during our 10-day stay and not necessarily in any logical order and sometimes two or three seasons in one day.  Below are fall, spring, summer and winter.






15 comments:

Brian Miller said...

oh wow...that third pic of all the trees is so magical...very cool....snow...no, not yet!

TSannie said...

Wow! Was there a huge change in temperature as well?

Tabor said...

TSannie...not really. It was about 45F to 70F but since we were active and dressed in layers, we really didn't notice much.

PattiKen said...

Wow, these are beautiful pictures! From Summer to snow in four days. Very cool (no pun intended).

Jain said...

Wonderful collection of seasons!

liv2write2day said...

Lovely photos. I enjoyed stumbling on your blog through the Sunday 160.

Celia said...

Travel shows us so much. Hope to take a similar trip myself, maybe next year.

One Woman's Journey said...

I am enjoying traveling with you :)

Bagman and Butler said...

The trees are beautiful. What a great trip. If I were there, I'd go looking for spiders!

Frank Baron said...

Now you know that the famous line - "If you don't like the weather, wait 5 minutes." - was coined for Canada. Hope you enjoyed your stay. :)

Hilary said...

Yup.. that's Canada, alright. Lovely pics. :)

Dave King said...

The pics are stunning enough, the reality must have been amazing.

Angie said...

Beautiful photos, Tabor!!

kerrdelune said...

Loves these images, Tabor and wish I had been there in the west with you. What a fine place it is!

deb said...

oh, I need to get back out west.
my brother lives there, a nephew I need to cuddle.

stunning photos, thank you