Tag Archives: perspective

Continuing Contrasts

Many of you said that you liked the different perspective and the contrast between old and new in my post entitled Seeing Things Differently.  I discovered a lot of such contrasts at the riverfront in Windsor, and I thought you … Continue reading

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Castle close-up

I can describe this past weekend in two words – learning experience.  In fact, I think my brain is overflowing with new knowledge!  Not only did I learn how to resize my photos for the internet, I also learned how … Continue reading

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Crooked Castle

A few days ago TBM posted a picture of a castle in Massachusetts, and it brought back memories for me.  When I was a child growing up in Toronto, Ontario, it was always one of my biggest thrills to visit … Continue reading

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Riding the rails through history

In the old days, a new railway could put a small town on the map.  This was definitely the case with Palmerston, Ontario.   Palmerston was non-existent until a Wellington, Grey & Bruce Railway (WG&B) route operating under contract to the … Continue reading

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Visions of the past

Last Saturday we decided to get my son, Daniel, out of the house for a bit.  He was recovering well from his tonsillectomy, but he had been cooped up in the house for days, and I needed to see whether … Continue reading

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A Different Perspective

Yesterday Nick Mayo posted a photo called Interest Above because it made him stop and think “that’s interesting”.  I know exactly what he means by that!  I’m sure people often see me with my camera photographing an odd object or location … Continue reading

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