Wine With Wings
Newfoundland Wine shipped country wide (except in NL)
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The morning dew is a welcoming sight for the majesty flowers. They drink in its moisture and expand their beautiful blossoms. As the sun rises in the east, they reach up and outward to gather its light. It cascades upon the flower as the dew flows silently down the petal. It appears the mystic flower is crying, sad that the summer is ending. Soon the cold autumn air will arrive and it's beautiful leaves with turn orange, red, brown and fall to the ground. It's stems will bend as the harsh winter approaches and lay them to rest as it covers up the beautiful flower with its blanket.
From the ramp (Gate 5) of St. John's International Airport, with an overcast sky, suddenly the clouds began to part creating a 'Hole in the Sky' allowing the sunlight to break through. Look closely in the left hand side of the photo, there is a heavy rain storm over the North Atlantic Ocean.
I recently returned to my hometown of Clarenville, NL for a short vacation and a possible trip on the water for the food fishery. My Uncle Lindo Reid took my 82-year-old Mom (Mollie Drover) and I out on the water for a wonderful day! Got our quota in 40 minutes!! The joy on my Mom's face is in anticipation of stewed fresh fish!