Heritage

Canada, like the rest of the New World, is a country of immigrants. We believe that we gain from our diversity and we continue to welcome immigrants.  It’s part of our heritage.  Morning Star illustrates the history of the land we live in from the artist’s Dene Suline perspective and expresses hope of mutual respect.   Please click on image for a better view.    Alex Janvier’s … Continue reading Heritage

Odd Couple/33 – Two Girls

This is series on couples – street photography capturing two people –  which for lack of anything more imaginative I have named the Odd Couple series, when in fact they may, or may not be odd.  I’ll leave that to the viewer.  Please click on image for a better view. Taken in Ottawa, Ontario.    For my solo series click here. Cee’s black and white challenge: open … Continue reading Odd Couple/33 – Two Girls

In the Dark

Please click on any image for a better view. Montmartre at dusk The blue hour settling on the Ballyhoura Mountains in Ireland As the sun goes down in Thornhill, Scotland The lights come on in St. David’s, Wales Shop window in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario Railway crossing on a rainy night in Lancaster, Ontario St. Isaac’s Cathedral lights up in St. Petersburg, Russia Ailsa’s travel theme:  Dark Continue reading In the Dark

Companionable, Burgeoning, etc

Paula’s Thursday’s Special: Pick a word:     I decided to follow Paula’s lead and interpret them all.  Please click on any image for a better view. Populated – King Cormorants on an isle in the Beagle Channel  Time Sensitive – Mirabilis Jalapa, or commonly known as Four O’clocks because they usually don’t open until around four o’clock  Companionable  Clandestine   And lastly the burgeoning city … Continue reading Companionable, Burgeoning, etc

Door/17 – Postkantoor

Please click on image for a better view.  This door provides entrance to what was the Postkantoor (post office) at 42 Coolsingel in Rotterdam, Holland.  It leads to an entrance hall with a ceiling rising to 22.5 metres (74 feet). The post office was built between 1915 and 1923.  They didn’t want it to overshadow the Town Hall nearby and so situated it further from the … Continue reading Door/17 – Postkantoor