Saturday, October 19, 2013

Saturday Morning Post


A few 'snaps' from this past week:


Major rain storm on Wednesday night, 
thus the streams at the Park were overflowing.


Saw this seven inch diameter mushroom in Park yesterday.


These roots reminder me of snakes!


Sophie scouting ahead yesterday on our walk.


'Playing' with colour and shadows.


Waiting for Thanksgiving dinner to arrive with SIL Susan, Ron and BIL Michael.


Sophie's second favourite location....in grass. Her first is the ocean!


Beach art.


Autumn colour.


No reservations necessary here.


Late afternoon at the Park.


Heading home......




23 comments:

  1. I loved the beach art, but the tree roots freaked me out a bit. To much like snakes!!

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    1. Hi Davine! I could have a blog just on 'beach art'.
      As for those roots.....helps me through my aversion of snakes!!

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  2. It is becoming quite pretty there now. You seem to have had a busy week.

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    1. It is very colourful here now Sharon. We are getting very near (about a week away I'd say) when the leaves will begin to fall en masse.
      No busier than usual around here....our 'regular' routes to the city and back.

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  3. Great images, Jim! Looks like you're really enjoying this season. I love the snake roots! So many beautiful autumn shades in your photos. I really like the one with the benches. And that last one with the bridge is fantastic.

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    1. Thanks Martha! It's so much fun just snapping away with the camera out the window and wishing for the best!

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  4. Hi Jim! I took some time to catch up on your recents posts. I'm always amazed at the variety and the consistently great photography. I'm afraid that pumpkin pie song is a bit of a brain worm though! The picture of your Aunt Annabel as a young woman was lovely ~ every bit as lovely as you were funny in your droopy diaper on the beach! LOL! And that condo building/walk sign was a super study in black and white lines. It loos like you had lots of fu with your BIL Mike and SIL Susan. We're cooking Thanksgiving Dinner this year instead of going to our usual restaurant spread. Personally I like going out, but I am absolutely looking forward to all the cooking and fun. Your video of the stream with the ocean waves in the background is so calming. I could listen to it again and again. I hope you are having a fun and quiet weekend! Take care!

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    1. Oh thanks Louise! LOL! You mean you didn't like that 'pie' song!? Wonder why? lol
      I bet you prepare ONE EXCELLENT Thanksgiving dinner! How could you not! With your 'background'/roots!

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  5. Jim, I saw you at Jean's blog so came over for a visit.
    Love meeting someone from Nova Scotia, I was born there.
    Wonderful shots here.

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    1. Hi Margie, welcome here. Good to meet you.
      A 'fellow Nova Scotian' eh? Pull up a chair and enjoy.

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  6. you really are living the life in such a beautiful setting...so colourful! Can't wait to plan my next trip, we're going to Nova Scotia...maybe we'll stop by!

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    1. Joanne, that would be lovely if you came to Nova Scotia!! We would show you our 'neck of the woods'!!

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    1. Fiona, the colours are so dramatic this year! They probably are every year but we are enjoying them in any case.

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    1. Thanks Mitch. We are 'out and about' every day....except today, as Ron is 'under the weather' with his annual October cold. Soph and I will be walking together today without him.

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  9. Thanks I needed that refresh(ment)!!!

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  10. Good morning Jim, I always love your Saturday posts the best-seems like a nice catch up of the week-and your photography is always so awesome

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    1. Hi Kathy! I like compiling these posts too.

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  11. Your fall is just glorious, Jim! Your photos make me smile. Hope your Thanksgiving Day was fabulous.

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