Imperishable Souvenirs

Gisele Bedard

St-Hippolyte,Laurentides,Quebec, Canada

Artist's Description

Birch fences are part of my youth where I was living,at that time my mother was mad seeing sheeps or cows in our vegetables garden and we could see hay bundles sleeping on the field.Of course I knew that if I followed the birch fence I would find the first blueberries for the love of my life,my father…a ritual I did for most of my youth.At first I only had a few bleuberries but what a treat I had looking to my father eating the first handful of those tasty wild berries.I was so proud and happy…. :))
Autumn time in Saint-Hippolyte,Quebec,Canada
Taken with a D200 Nikon

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