Saturday, June 14, 2014

Saturday Morning Post


Where did this past week go?


Side street in the city.


My 'ocean brick' path is coming along....slowly but surely.


The Nova Scotia Legislature building in Halifax.


A good shake off, Sophie!!


Giant Beech tree in the park.


Catching a wave (taken atop MacDonald Hill).


One of the many vineyards now in Gaspereaux Valley.


Tulips still standing.


Beneath the Ornamental Crab Tree in our back garden.


This tree stopped me in my tracks yesterday at the Public Gardens in Halifax.


Resting.....


In amongst the Hemlocks near the canal in Gaspereaux Valley.


Inside a Christian Orthodox Church last week......
being built around and in an old Anglican church in the city.


Reaching......a lone Buttercup having a stretch.


Grass growing in canal along the edge.


40 to 50 buildings were open to the public last weekend ,
 ones that are not normally open for all to see.
We started with the Bank of Nova Scotia which was built in the early 30's
and is still intact as it was........Art Deco design throughout.


Light fixture.


Elevator door.


 Looking up to the ceiling.


Detail of part of ceiling.


12 comments:

  1. Out and about, that huge tree, what a stunner, and old buildings, they fascinate me, specially barns, not many of those in a city!! I did enjoy your walk, as you took me on a wonderful visit to those places. Cheers, Jean

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  2. i loved seeing halifax through your eyes!

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  3. These week in review post are very kewl.

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  4. Amazing photos, Jim! I am in awe of that tree at the Public Gardens. I love the photo of Ron taking a rest. What a nice place to relax. The Bank of Nova is sensational. These old buildings are works of art.

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  5. There's nothing so ornate and grand as old bank buildings, eh? Except maybe churches and legislatures!

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  6. wow what a gorgeous building for a bank-Happy Saturday-loved everything

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    1. ps I just love your ocean brick path-it is difficult to find more bricks

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  7. how I love all those magnificent photos you show, it's like going away for the weekend to see other places, other beauties, it's like being welcome into a new world and you know that they are happy to see you, Wow guys, wow

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  8. Love the art deco building. It's nice to see the progress you've made on that brick walkway.

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  9. What a week!
    Oh my goodness, I love that building! That elevator is amazing.

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  10. Wonderful shots.
    Thanks for sharing, Jim
    Smiles

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