Animal Crackers

Please click on any image for a better view. Charlie the labradoodle, from Thunder Bay, Ontario Sleeping dogs lie in the Andes, Hotel Portillo, Chile This fellow wanted to play ball in Berchtesgaden, Germany Out to pasture, Thornhill, Scotland Alpaca, Glengarry County, Ontario Walking the dog in Lockerbie, Scotland Sleeping dogs also lie in Punta Arenas, Chile … and a pee break at Dunnet Head, … Continue reading Animal Crackers

Words

Click on any image for a better view. Ailsa’s travel theme is Words Long words … Nuremburg Short words … South Glengarry, Ontario Exciting words … Words of reflection … Bavaria Words of love … Proud words … Ottawa Moving words … Ottawa Funny words … at least to me … Salzburg Incomprehensible words … at least to me … St. Petersburg, Russia and words of … Continue reading Words

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

Morning Walk

Please click on the images for a larger view I realize that one person’s ‘early’ is another’s ‘the-day-is-half-over’  but this is about as early as I get.  While staying near Thornhill, south of Glasgow, in our converted stable – I got up early enough to see the morning mist – and walked around the corner to the bridge over the River Nith – and enjoyed the … Continue reading Morning Walk

Who was that masked man anyway?

Please click on any image for a larger view This was taken in Glen Nevis, Ontario on the grounds of the Abbey for the Arts.  I went over one fall day to take some shots and found this fellow roaming the grounds.  And the white mask of a human statue in Warnemunde, Germany on May Day Mardi Gras masks in Venice Ailsa’s travel theme: masks Continue reading Who was that masked man anyway?