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* * * EXHIBITION * * * Homeland: A Collection of Prairie Threadpaintings by Monika Kinner-Whalen. Kathy Theissen Gallery in Rosthern SK. July & August 2017 Reception 10 am to noon on Saturday, July 15, 2017 Station Arts
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Sept 2 & 3 Vendor - Proutopia
Sept 9 &10 Teaching - Sketch to Stitch / Runs with Scissors Studio
Sept 15 & 16 Vendor - Manitoba Fibre Festival, Red River Exhibition Park

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Sunday, 27 July 2014

Sunday Snapshots

My road trip from Regina to Roulea.


We were rained on a few times, but the entire day at 'Dog River' was just perfect.

 It rained many times and cleared over and over.  It was just so pretty!

Everything is just so full of colour.  We passed seven flax fields!  Unfortunatley it was storming at the time so it's hard to see the colours well.  Still, not bad for a 'drive by shooting'.  : )

I adore the cloud - it is one giant.

And of course, there's something so picturesque about seeing those old red barns on a sunny day.  : )

Too sweet. 
Happy Sunday everyone and see you tomorrow!


What Comes Next? said...

what fabulous pictures Monika! Seeing those kind of sights makes any day a little bit better.

Monica said...

Stunning, stunning photos, Monika! I have not been to the prairies, but I imagine those huge skies would be addictive. Thanks for the taste!

Giddings Art said...

Gorgeous photos!!!

Jeito Mineiro de Ser said...

Lindo! Lindo! São paisagens de tirar o folego!
Belas fotos, obrigada!
Um abraço!

Gorgeous! Gorgeous! Landscapes are breathtaking!
Beautiful pictures, thank you!

Valerie Wilson said...

Wonderful photos! I too love the flax fields in the summer. I love all those old buildings.

kathy said...

you have some amazing clouds crossing those prairies!!

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