Saturday, December 14, 2013

Saturday Morning Post


Here, there and everywhere this week:


Incredible skies/clouds this week.


Ron and Sophie doing their dance!


At my brother Dennis' birthday dinner. He is with Jackie his partner.


Check this out!! Ron trying to tell me something?
He just happened to get inside this photo orb.


Defined horizon.


Surviving dune grass....not for long though,
as a nor'easter is heading our way tonight and tomorrow.


Reflections in late afternoon sunset.


A different angle.


A 'sun path' stretching across the harbour from city to city.


All coming from those windows in Dartmouth.


Christmas in downtown Halifax.


Christmas in downtown Dartmouth (city across the harbour).


Ron getting some groceries before heading home.



22 comments:

  1. Busy, busy, busy I really like the "reflections" picture! The old and new just do it for me! :)

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    1. Well Mick, being Mr.Retro yourself you can spot something vintage from 50 paces!! lol
      I bet you are busy indeed also getting ready for this festive season at Casablanca. All the best to you and yours Mick!

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  2. Lovely series, I do like the "sun path" we always need that " ol' sol" to warm our hands and hearts. Happy Birthday Dennis, from way down under. Greetings to all others at your place, Jim, from Jean.

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    1. Thanks Jean! Ys we do need that bright sunpath to warm us up here!
      Greetings to you and Hugh and resident cats too from way up high on top!! lol

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  3. All such beautiful photos. And I love that Dartmouth Christmas tree.

    But it looks so COLDDDDDDD!

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    1. And it ISSSSSSS! -16C this morning!! But, bright and sunny, Mitch!!

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  4. If Ron is the resurrected Jesus Christ in glory, does that make Sophie the Blessed Virgin Mary?

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    1. LOLOL! I suppose that is probably true Debra! What will I ever do?!!

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  5. Hi Y'all!

    What beautiful photos of Christmas decorations to put us in the spirit!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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    1. Hey Hawk! Those Christmas decorations really help to get things going!!

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  6. Just dropped by to see what you've been up to. I'd say you've snapped some great photos this week! I really love the one of Ron in his "aura!" The old reflected in the new is wonderful - a good end of year photo. Hope you, Ron, and Sophie have many blessing now and in the New Year, Jim - it sure looks like you do.

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    1. Hello Barb. The 'aura' photo was truly a 'gift' from the photography gods!!
      I wish you and yours Barb all the best now and in the New Year. Thank you for dropping by.

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  7. The sun reflecting on the water is such a beautiful thing, awesome shots there. The orb photo is very interesting too! Maybe he is an angel? or maybe an alien!?

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    1. LOL! Pretty sure he is an angel!!
      Good to see you Hayley-Eszti!

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  8. Such beautiful shots, Jim. The one I could just gaze at is the shot of the dune grass. Such a simple, lovely composition.

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  9. Much love those sky shots and those reflections too;
    that tree in Dartmouth is lovely and you've done a great editing job on it.
    Great set!!!
    Brace yourself now!! It's coming!!
    :D~
    HUGZ

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    1. Thanks Bruno!
      It IS HERE!!! We are having a 'white out' at the moment!! Glad I caught the 'plow guy' the other day to look after our driveway!!
      Have fun in the snow!!

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  10. Wonderful images, Jim! I love the 'defined horizon' and Ron in an orb! Very cool images. Perhaps Ron is headed for sainthood? :) Saint Ron...hmmm...has a pretty nice ring to it...

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    1. Martha, I would have loved to have seen you at the beach that day when the sun was streaking across the horizon....you would have had a ball!! And the lighting was just as you see it here.
      Let's see....St.Ronald. I could live with that! lol

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  11. Gorgeous photos! Love them all but the first one especially xxx

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  12. You have done it again! Another wonderful group of photos! I loved the sunlit building reflected in another! And the Defined Horizon ~ spectacular!

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