Saturday, October 29, 2011


St.Hanne with Apples, Enderby

Salmon Arm of the Shushwap Lake

Walk by the River, Enderby

Shushwap River Bank
A couple of days more, then we celebrate Halloween. Tuesday is All Saints Day, started by Pope Gregory Third in the 8th Century. Apparently we are all Saints, if we are true believers. But on Tuesday we remember and celebrate the lives of all the dead ones, sometimes specializing in the ones that died in the last year. But somehow I can't quite connect Monday's celebrations with all that, when ghosts and skeletons of all the saints come around demanding candy. Interestingly, this year some schools have banned the wearing of scary costumes. Another example of death avoidance in our modern society.
All Saints Day Celebrations in a Polish Cemetery
Apparently all the little goblins will have to cope with thirty centimeters of snow over NE North America on Monday....


Filip Demuinck said...

Lovely shot on the cemetery.


Claudia Moser said...

Love the shots!

ira said...

Pięknie na Twoim blogu.
Pozdrowienia i całuski.
Irena - Polska

Michael and Hanne said...

Translated, Ira ( Irena) said:-
" Your blog is beautiful!
Greetings and kisses from
Irena in Poland."