At the other end of town! (Wordless Wednesday)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My Harbour, My Escape (OWPC: Escape)

When it comes to wanting a quick escape from the everyday I’m extremely blessed as all I need do is look out my back windows. Any and all of these windows overlook the beautiful harbour just outside.

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As is the way with not just harbours but any body of water, there is always something to watch, immediately transporting you to another place. Escape is this week’s One Word Photo Challenge.

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Under the cloak of Darkness (Travel Theme: Dark)

The Travel Theme Word  from Aisla of Where’s My backpack? for this week is… dark.

This photo was taken August 31, still technically summer. However with the dense rain-clouds that rolled in around the edge of the harbour, obscuring the islands behind them, you are instantly reminded winter is not far away.

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You wouldn’t think it would be that hard but I have to admit, it took many shots before I was able to get one with the buoy light actually on.

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Lunchtime Reflections (Wordless Wednesday)

 

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Just add Water! (WPC: H2O)

A Setting Sun + A Body Water = Glorious Views!

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The Weekly Photo Challenge from the Daily Post this week is H2O.

 

 

 

 

Where’s that pot of gold exactly??? (Wordless Wednesday)

In Search of the Pot of Gold

 

 

 

 

 

The Quest for Water (WPC: Quest)

There’s something so special about Canadian Geese. They seem to have an “air” about them. So, one afternoon when we chanced upon some geese taking a Sunday stroll to the water’s edge, we had to stop to watch the parade.

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The track of footprints they were leaving behind them was particularly delightful! QUEST is this week’s photo challenge from the Daily Post.

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Skies at Sunset (Wordless Wednesday)

 

Summer Skies at Sunset

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking for the Edge (WPC: Edge)

This week we have been experiencing the most spectacular fog of a morning. The photo below was taken at 11am Sunday morning. On a normal day you’d see islands in the background but not so this day. Nor the next day come to think of it!

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In this thick fog it’s difficult to determine if there’s even an EDGE between the water and the islands. The contrast of this cargo ship against the fog making the ship’s colours that much more vivid.

Edge being the Weekly Photo Challenge word from The Daily Post.

 

 

 

 

Morning Reflections (Muted Monochrome Monday)

 

Morning Reflections