Winter bonfire

There’s a provincial park about ten minutes from town.  At this time of year, it’s closed but people still go there all the time, to walk their dogs or just enjoy the trails. We, on a very damp, but not rainy day, had a picnic and fire there. Someone brought chilli, there was hot cider punch, and we roasted hot dogs and marshmallows.

The point of all this is, I highly suggest gathering a group of people you love, and having a fire, rain or shine, on a winter’s day, preferably right before Christmas.


Author: alovelylittleworld

I am Charity Emmanuelle Blaine, a lifestyle photographer from Dunnville and Hamilton, Ontario. I see beauty in everything and capture the precious moments that define our lives. I look for those universal seconds that we all, as humans, understand. I believe in love and whimsy, day dreams, hope and human compassion. Those are the things that will always be present in my work. I studied photography at Niagara College, but I have a background in research, History and elementary school teaching. I occasionally still shoot film and I collect post cards, Indie Art and Music and vinyl toys. I love the Walking Dead and Parks and Recreation.

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