Winter, Assiniboine Park Bridge ~ Winnepeg, Canada

This is in Canada, but isn't it just beautiful? Assiniboine Park Bridge - Winnepeg, Canada in Winter

The snowflakes in Winnipeg are so large they can cause your eyes to shut due to their weight.

Icy crystals forming on the window panes. Now we have storm windows and central heating and these wonders are disappearing.

✯ Esplanade Bridge over Red River at Dusk, Winnipeg, Manitoba

✯ Esplanade Bridge over Red River at Dusk, Winnipeg, Manitoba - photo taken by Mike Grandmaison

Steep Rock is located about 2 hours north of Winnipeg on the shores of Lake Manitoba. This picture was taken by Darren Fast of Winnipeg, Manitoba - You can see more of his amazing photos at: http://www.solaltaphoto.com/

Steep Rock is located about 2 hours north of Winnipeg on the shores of Lake Manitoba. by Darren Fast of Winnipeg, Manitoba

Christmas in Winnipeg, Canada. We have been dubbed the "Christmas capital of Canada" for our christmas decorating each year.

Christmas in Winnipeg, Canada. Dubbed the "Christmas capital of Canada" for their beautiful Christmas decorating each year.

Winnipeg Manitoba. This is a statue commemorating 'Winnie-the-Pooh'...actually the original brown bear, from Winnipeg who inspired A.A.Milne to create the famous character. Should I also add the true story that I was born in Winnipeg and I married Christopher Robins? :-)

Winne-the-Bear Statue featuring First World War Lieutenant Harry Colebourn playing with his black bear cub. The bear cub was the inspiration for the Winnie the Pooh series of children's books by A.

Assiniboine Park (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)  Foot Bridge in Winter

Assiniboine Park (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) Foot Bridge in Winter . Can't beat winter in Winnipeg.

The Witches Hut (from the Hansel and Gretel tale) North Kildonan Park, Winnipeg. This place scared the crap out of me as a kid but I love it anyway. It's great inside too.

The Witches Hut (from the Hansel and Gretel tale) North Kildonan Park, Winnipeg. This place scared the crap out of me as a kid but I love it anyway.

Louis Riel is the founder of the province of Manitoba. Legislature, Winnipeg, MB

Louis David Riel Statue ~ (located outside the legislative building) " Riel was the founder of the province of Manitoba, and a political and spiritual leader of the Métis people of the Canadian prairies.

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