If you’ve been following Flowery Prose for a while, you’ll know that aside from a couple of cases – absurdly weird filter here; and cropping here (because, trust me, you don’t want to get close to this sort of wildlife) – I don’t edit my photos. They are all straight out of the camera (excepting the resizing, of course). But I decided to take this one to the point of ridiculously soft…like an oversized fuzzy fleece blanket to snuggle under and sleep away this Autumn-That-Thinks-It’s-Winter. Conveniently, the Comfort Filter™ hides the fact that there was already a lingering skiff of snow on the ground as we wandered this beautiful trail outside of Bragg Creek, Alberta.
Beautiful and wild. It gives me goose bumps.
It’s a pretty spot – this was our first trip there and we had the whole place to ourselves for almost the entire walk. Delightful!
I like it! But — oh! this looks wintery. Or late, not early, Autumn.
Wowsah! A dusting of snow already. Not yet in central Maine, and I hope that it waits another month at least.
We’ve had such cold, snowy weather over the past few weeks – we’ve already broken a couple of snowfall records! Today is lovely and sunny and warm, though – such a treat!
That’s just gorgeous! It looks worthy of a frame and a museum wall. And, yes, hide the snow for now . . .
I love this photo!
It is so beautiful.