Pictorial Review of 2015 – I

Our Community – Fauquier, BC, Canada

 

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Our Little Village Church in Early January

 

Nature's Snow Sculptures Melting in the Warm Air

Nature’s Snow Sculptures Melting in the Warm Air

Part of the Local Golf Course Slipping after Heavy Rain

Part of the Local Golf Course Slipping after Heavy Rain

Unusual Lake View through an Iron Ring

Unusual Lake View through an Iron Ring

Saddle Mountain still Covered in Snow

Saddle Mountain still Covered in Snow

Willow Showing off a Hint of Green - Spring has Sprung

Willow Showing off a Hint of Green – Spring has Sprung

Leaves are Out at Fauquier Golf Course

Leaves are Out at Fauquier Golf Course

Lake at its Lowest Level before Spring Run-off

Lake at its Lowest Level before Spring Run-off

Looking North: Logging Truck Leaving Needles Ferry at Fauquier

Looking North: Logging Truck Leaving Needles Ferry at Fauquier

The Arrow Lake that attracted Like-Minded People on Applegrove Road

The Arrow Lake that attracted Like-Minded People on Applegrove Road

Our Quaint Little House in the Spring

Our Quaint Little House in the Spring

Fox Gloves Announcing Early Summer at Taite Creek

Fox Gloves Announcing Early Summer at Taite Creek

Cherries Ripening under Ideal Conditions Promising a Bumper Crop

Cherries Ripening under Ideal Conditions Promising a Bumper Crop

Buck with Antlers Illuminated by the Morning Sun in July

Buck with Antlers Illuminated by the Morning Sun in July

Peter on Top of the Mountain on the Power Line Road - Late July

Peter on Top of the Mountain on the Power Line Road – Late July

One could hike to this fantastic viewpoint in about 2 hours. View onto the Arrow Lake

One could hike to this fantastic viewpoint in about 2 hours. View of Arrow Lake

Triplets of Boletus Mushrooms

Triplets of Boletus Mushrooms – Choice Mushrooms Growing in our Area

Spectacular Fall Colors on the Way to our House

Spectacular Fall Colors on the Way to our House

Our Little Village Church on a Beautiful Fall Day

Our Little Village Church on a Beautiful Fall Day

My Wife and I on a Wintry Day in December

My Wife and I on a Wintry Day in December

Next Tuesday I will give a year-end pictorial review of our family.

8 comments

  1. taphian · January 5, 2016

    wonderful gallery, Peter

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  2. GP Cox · January 5, 2016

    Absolutely magnificent!

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  3. kakingsbury · January 5, 2016

    Peter – Such beautiful pictures – thanks for sharing. We have a “Saddle Mountain” too – although I think your’s is more scenic. I hope you and your wife have a wonderful year ahead. Great shots of the foxglove and mushrooms.

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  4. Inge Kind · January 5, 2016

    Great pictures Peter, I love all the pictures you take, you have a good eye for pictures .
    I love those tree stumps they look like if they are walking– always love a picture of you and Gertrud–
    and the Church –Loved that Church very much when I was living there.
    hope to see more pictures and from your family.
    Love you two Love Birds very much.
    stay healthy and Happy. God Bless.

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  5. BunKaryudo · January 6, 2016

    You live in a very beautiful place, Peter. It looks enchanting in every season.

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  6. joshi daniel · January 8, 2016

    that is super cool 🙂

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  7. kutukamus · January 8, 2016

    Love that lake view ring. You sure have some touch! 🙂
    Good luck with the project. 🍸

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Live, Love, Create, Be Happy · January 15, 2016

    Beautiful photo.

    Liked by 1 person

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