Monthly Archives: November 2011

Girl Power!!

There are certain things that only children can do because they are so carefree, and they have not yet reached the teen years when they start to worry about what others think of them.  A child will get dirty, dance … Continue reading

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♥ ♥ Young Love ♥ ♥

Sometimes photography blogs follow the seasons and consist of recent pictures.  Other blogs follow a certain theme.  People have asked me how I choose my photo for each day, and I tell them that it just comes to me.  Usually … Continue reading

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Peace and Tranquility

About a week ago, I posted a picture from a recent vacation in South Carolina, and I mentioned how I was drawn to the beauty of the architecture in Charleston.  However, it was more than just the buildings that made … Continue reading

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Memories of Childhood

Everyone has something that stands out from their childhood.  When they look back, it’s the first thing that they remember.  For me, it was my family’s annual summer trip on our sail boat to the 1000 Islands near Kingston, Ontario. … Continue reading

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I think I can, I think I can, I think I can!!

This past summer I enjoyed a rare girls’ day out with my two bff’s, Heather and Marcy, at the Fergus Scottish Festival and Highland Games in Fergus, Ontario, the largest of its kind outside of Scotland.  What an amazing day!! … Continue reading

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Pattern Addiction

Is it just me or is pattern photography addicting?  I found that once I took my first one, I started seeing patterns everywhere, and I knew I was addicted when I made a category in my photo management software for … Continue reading

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Feel the warmth

As I mentioned in a previous post, Winter and I don’t get along.  As soon as the temperature dips below 70°F, I am an unhappy camper.  So, I have to find things that make me feel warm and cozy.  Maybe … Continue reading

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Lost in Time

On a recent trip to Charleston, South Carolina, I found myself taking hundreds of pictures of the different forms of architecture because it is such an old city and the buildings and houses are simply beautiful.  In fact, it is … Continue reading

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I knew it was coming, but it seemed to be taking its time this year, and for that I was truly grateful.  You would think I’d be used to it by now, living where I do, but every year I … Continue reading

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Lest we forget

It’s Remembrance Day in Canada, a day where we remember the men and women who have given their lives to preserve the peace we enjoy today.  I, for one, am very grateful to all of the Canadian soldiers past and … Continue reading

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