Saturday, November 19, 2016

Saturday Morning Post


Last of the colour before all turns white.......


Aren't trees majestic!


Our Japanese Maples in their 'fall attire'....


Fall practice on Lake Banook in Dartmouth.....


The shop is on a 'loop' that cyclists use every weekend......weather permitting.


Thanks to the beach across the river this different shaped sand bar was created.
Taken from the shop.


Ships ahoy!...at the shop.


Shooting into the sun silhouettes are created.....


Banking to the left into the sunset....


This little park (Birch Cove) in the middle of Dartmouth
 (community/city across the harbour
from Halifax) is a gem.


The shop as the sun was setting.......

12 comments:

  1. Such beautiful light in all the images!

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    1. Guess we have to 'grab' as much light as we can considering the small amount we will have for the next few months.
      But so lolme people don't have to worry about this, eh Mitch?!

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  2. gorgeous photos. we are getting our first snow today! i can't wait for it to start!

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    1. Really? I love how you so enjoy the winter, Joyce! You could SO be a Canadian!!

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  3. I love your photos, Jim! Such beautiful lighting in them. And I think I'd really enjoy touring your shop. So many interesting items!

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    1. Most people really enjoy the shop, Martha. There is a lot to look at and enjoy.
      Thanks.

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  4. Beautiful with that sunlight, we are getting lots more down here. But there is a cold wind, maybe from further North near you. My pick " A Man and His Dog", truly lovely.

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    1. Now don't be blaming us Northerners!! lol
      Actually November has been mild, Jean. Today it was around 12C...not bad at all.
      Have a good week ahead and enjoy your spring/summer.

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  5. Beautiful photos as always Jim, I love your little shop and looks like such a lovely location, wishing you both and Sophie a wonderful week ahead.

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    1. Thanks so much, Margo.
      I don't think I could have a better location with such a fantastic view.

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  6. Hey Jim, I love the practice on Lake Banook. The buildings in the background are so still and the paddler so full of vigor; very nice job my friend!

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    1. Ms.Carson....always good to see you here and thanks. It was quiet except for the paddlers slicing through the water.

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