Friday, June 27, 2014

'To Be Or Not To Be.....'



Whether that is the question or not,
I do know that the world is this fellow's stage.....





At Point Pleasant Park in Halifax this week.





18 comments:

  1. To sleep, perchance to dream. and all the world's a stage, just "As you like it", and I'm sure you both like the stage setting there at P.P. Park very much. Great setting Ron, you so look the part, super photos. The red lead, is that Sophie's or was she at day-care??Cheers, Jean. p.s. the lines take me back to so many years ago!!!

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    1. Jean, this 'setting' faces the mouth of Halifax Harbour looking out into the Atlantic. It is a spectacular view.
      Yes Ron can be a 'ham' at the best of times....really funny (at least he thinks so, lol).
      Sophie was with us and we each carry a lead....just in case.
      Hope it brought back lots of good memories Jean!

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  2. Great point of view...;) Jim...& a magnificient "Theater" as back drop & a very sympatic serie of pics & ....but it is summer...do you need even a jacket...it must be sooo fresh up north! Send you immediately some warmth from tuscany ;(

    ciaociao Jim
    elvira

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    1. Hello Elvira!
      'Fresh' is the word for around here....most of the year. Actually today it was actually warm and no jackets were required.
      thanks for the warm air you sent!! It worked!!

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  3. The background like a sumptuous theatre for kings, unbelievably beautiful, and Ron is so handsome, wow high five on those shots ;)

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    1. Funny you should say this Lorraine. There is an area in this park where a group puts on Shakespeare's plays all summer long. It is quite a hit locally and is performed at an old fortress site.
      Ron is a handsome charmer alright!
      I like the Victorian ironwork on this gazebo and thought they would 'work' here.

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  4. Good photos of Ron! And what gorgeous Victorian ironwork! On houses, that style would be called "gingerbread" -- I wonder if it's the same for wrought iron?

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    1. Good question Debra. I would assume it is a design that can be made from different materials and used in/on a number of things.

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  5. Did Ron act in the plays when he was younger? That gazebo(?) is beautiful, original or reproduction?

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    1. Yes he did Sharon.....as a young boy.
      That is an original 'bandstand'/gazebo....there a few of these around this park.

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  6. i don't know what is more gorgeous? the guy or the gazebo? i think the guy!

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    1. LOL! Both are pretty gorgeous, I would just HAVE to agree, Joyce!!

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  7. He should have worn green and gone on the 'stage' as the character of chameleon ...

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    1. He would need a little coaxing Hayley-Eszti........actually a whole lot!!

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  8. Ah, those are great photos of a great dude. Whether 'tis nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous . . . Spoiler alert: Hamlet is gonna die. But not the dude in the photos. He's fine.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Yes he is fine, Janie. And also a very noble fellow.

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    1. That he was, Pat! He's a natural! Ham that is!! lol

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