Space is at a premium in Europe. Large noisy garbage trucks are not the most efficient. I’ve never seen a collector like this in Canada but it makes sense in Spain. The colours, the texture in the background and minimalist design of an appliance to take care of the garbage just couldn’t be passed up.
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When we were on holidays other people were working. The world owes the United States of America a debt it can never repay.
It rained the day Rachel and Gideon got married on the farm. For some it was just another day. For the happy couple it was a day to remember!
Yep! Some things never do change. A subway shot on the way to the Air Show. This is Toronto at it’s best. Very clean. Very safe.
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I was just taking a short walk while Sharon picked up a coffee when I saw this window. The sun had just set and the warmth coming from the opening was too pleasant to pass up. Always great to carry a camera.
This would not be an overly remarkable picture but for the lake in the background. This was taken on the east side of the Sea of Galilee. There are all sorts of places where historians believe Jesus walked but towns are rebuilt. Borders are moved. The lake, save evaporation and wet or dry spells, stays the same. That the King of the Universe walked on this body of water moves me every time I consider the magnitude of the statement.
In all the excitement of becoming a Grandfather I put these on Facebook but didn’t post the pictures of my First Grandson – Thomas Christopher Reeves. He’s much cuter in person! And here I am taking pictures of snow in the backyard when I had these to post! Grampa better get with the program. Thomas was about two hours old when these were taken. So far, he seems to like the place. Mom is doing fine.
No this is not a Budwiser commercial and these are not Clydesdales. They are horses though and to a city slicker like myself they are worth the photo op. Ontario hasn’t really had a winter this year. The organizers of “Winterfest” did a great job considering the warm weather. I never thought I would have a bad word to say about a snowless winter but it’s a bit “creepy”. Good “creepy” but creepy just the same.
There is something liberating about kites. Kites and bikes truth be told. Colourful, pleasing to the eye, not overly expensive and pleasant to use, both are only beneficial to man. Even syllables aren’t wasted in their description. Kites and bikes bring up another single syllable word to my mind. Peace.
Two shots of the same kite. A lot of thought and design went into this one.