Saturday, December 5, 2015

Saturday Morning Post


From art to fog to surfers this week...........



I put up some art on the staircase wall going up to my shop.


A north end neighbourhood in Halifax known as the Hydrostone.


From my perch at the shop on Wednesday....looking west.


Construction in the fog in Halifax's north end.


At Birch Cove Park in Dartmouth.....


View from the top at the shop.


Reflections on Lake Banook....all that's missing are the paddlers.


Downtown Dartmouth at the bridge plaza.


At dusk last evening at the hill.....surfers in the sunbeams.
Now......gently tilt your head to the right......





14 comments:

  1. Good morning Saturday, lovely collection-I always enjoy your saturday posts

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    1. Hi Kathy. Good to see you.
      I enjoy doing this weekly wrap-up as well.

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  2. Wonderful collection of images! Happy Saturday to all of you.

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    1. Thanks, Martha.
      Hope your weekend is a good one.

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  3. I love how picturesque fog is, it's beautifully wintery!

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    1. This thinner fog is just fine, Hayley-Eszti. I don't like it when it is a thick as pea soup!
      Good to see you, Ms.Cool with the 'awards'!! Sorry....couldn't hold back!!

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  4. Climb a step or two, the carpet runner muffling my shoes, and look at that art for a while. Beautiful display. The carpet runner is gorgeous, rich colours, and so right for your stairs.

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    1. That carpet runner has a lot of traffic and is holding up very well, Jean.
      Thanks, the theme for this grouping of pictures is 'Water'.

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  5. I see the lighthouse on Devil's Island.

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    1. It sure stood out didn't it. A real landmark of sorts, Ron.

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    1. That was done, John, by a Sister's of Charity nun here in Halifax during her retirement.
      I like it too.

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  7. As always, breathtaking and fascinating photos. And, if I lived nearby, your shop would require me in years to come to have to downsize all over again!

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    1. I hear you , Mitch. Most of what I sell is to people/couples in their thirty's who appreciate mid 20th century design and style. Most people that are older, myself included, like this stuff but don't want or need to add to their collections.

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