One Angle At A Time

So many aspects of our little town make it intriguing, and while my focus has been on the natural areas, I am also drawn to the architecture and history, so one angle at a time, I’ve decided to start exploring each element. Photos of St Marys, Ontario, Canada, submitted for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: angles. Advertisements

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Sparrow Lake

Serenity is time spent, lakeside. These images are from last summer. This year, unfortunately, health has intervened with any forays north. Still hoping. For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Seascapes and/or lakeshores.

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A Trip To the Beach

As the temperature rises we are drawn to nearby shores, for a patio lunch overlooking the water. Merely observers now – the sun a threat to aging skin, and the sand too difficult to navigate – we are content to people watch. Impossible to capture the entirety of our view in one shot, so I […]

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Blessing of Serenity

Settling in a small town, especially a senior’s community, is not something I would have ever envisioned, and yet; here we are. Funny how life works like that, and thank goodness it does. I appreciate this place that we have landed more and more each day. It has not been without difficulty, this move away […]

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Weekend Angles

Summer cruising reveals many angles – front yard sales – what’s used is new again. Lakeside patios – the best of the season –good food, and live entertainment too. (For Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: lines angles.)

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A Town With Many Views

After dinner, we drive the backroads and end up at the flats, behind the falls. A bench becomes our front row seat to the evening river view. A beaver or muskrat swims by and follows a second river away from the falls. I try to catch him, but only capture ripples and a reflection of […]

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Drama in the Woods

A high-pitched chirp caught my attention the moment we entered the park. We’d come to Stratford for a meal out and decided to check up on the swans. Ric found a bench by the river, while I wandered in search of the source of the incessant note. It seemed to be coming from a clump […]

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