Monday

Weekend Moments in the Great White North

So we've been up in Kuujjuaq for one week now, and I'm learning to appreciate its subtle beauty. 

There's something about the barrenness, the cold quiet, and the solitude that is refreshing and rejuvenating in its own way.


23 comments:

and flowers pick themselves said...

gorgeous! i'm mega jealous :)

xo Alison

Heather {A Measure Of...} said...

I love all your pictures, the barrenness definitely has its draw. We have similar low scrub plantlife and berries here!

Sonja said...

Not much of a fan of the cold...buuuut these photos make me want to jump right in! :o)
Plus as a fellow Canadian, I suppose I'm kinda used to the darn cold! hehe

shopgirl said...

Beautiful photos! I've never been up north in Canada. It's a shame ...now that I don't live in Canada, I want to. Isn't that always the case?

Sweet blog!

I'm now following your blog - Rambles with Reese

shopgirl said...

p.s. I forgot to add, I love the photo of the Canadian flag just sitting out there all alone - it reminds me of strength and independence.

Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

Absolutely breathtaking

Googlover/keishua said...

There is something beautiful about bareness.

Crazy Sweet Life (Brianna) said...

Cute pup!

Diana Mieczan said...

That is such a beautiful post and breathtaking images...Is that your dog?...He is so sweet:)...Totally in love with the veiw:)
Kisses,sweetie

Krystal said...

wow that looks surreal. I think it looks beautiful too, I could appreciate that!

Bekah Mae said...

It looks so picturesque!

the southern hostess said...

Absolutely amazing photos! Gorgeous.

Indie.Tea said...

It looks like a beautiful place. I hope you have enough free time to enjoy it :)

Thinking Girl said...

Great pictures. Looks so beautiful!

I just started looking at your blog. It's really nice.

Diana Mieczan said...

ps: I am hosting a really cute GIVEAWAY, so please join in:)

Kisses,sweetie

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

Great photos- I'm so glad you shared.
Although I won't lie and say I hope to visit there one day I do enjoy looking at the solitude of the landscape.

We watched Into The Wild last night and truthfully the barren landscape scares me.
I would prefer the solitude of a dense forrest.
I wonder what Freud would say about that?

Have a good one!

Emily said...

These photos are totally lovely and kind of dreamy. Makes it look like there is nothing in the world worth worrying about just being in the world is enough.

MJ said...

These photos make me a little giddy for the cold. Even though I hate the cold, these are so breathtaking!

Vic said...

there is something about it....it's an amazing feeling of life:) i love these photographs...your wonderful!

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Christina said...

absolutely stunning!
xo

this free bird said...

I absolutely love these photos. They're splendid and beautiful and free.

Just came back from a trip to the prairies. The air was so crisp and clean. It was wonderful.

xoxo,
Carrie

Bess Callard said...

Amazing photos! Looks like such a wonderful place. I hope you're having a great time :) xx

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