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Farm Scenes in Winter – Lanaudiere Region, Quebec
This week I thought I’d take you on a bit of a local tour to see what our little corner of the world looks like in the dead of winter.
As I’ve mentioned before, we live about a 35 minute drive north east of the city in what I call the deep burbs. It’s great that We can be in the city in short order whenever we have to but its even better, especially in summer that we’re only minutes away from farm country too.
I was out running a few local errands on a recent -15° C day and I as I drove past some of the barns, and sheds, and farmhouses along the way, I noticed that quite a few of them would make good wintry subjects for Thursday Doors.
There’s something beautifully desolate about a farm in winter.
Almost sad or perhaps melancholic; a lonely building or two, surrounded by nothing but frozen white stuff.
No action or activity to speak of because it’s too damn cold.
As you can see, the harsh temperatures and blustery winds that pick up steam across the open fields are very hard on buildings and equipment.
But on a more positive note, the good news is that there’s only 9 more weeks until spring arrives 😉
As always, I thank you for stopping in 🙂
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