Scenic Sunday ~ November 14, 2010

I love this photo. I took it from my hotel balcony in downtown Vancouver. I think it almost looks like a painting.
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14 comments:

  1. Yes a very special photo.
    Trust all well
    Love, Jan

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  2. Thank you Jan. The last week has been "hairy" but all is well at the "mo" and soon I will be arrivederci.

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  3. It's nearly impossible to have a "bad" scene in Vancouver, a place I called home for many years. Your image is indeed like a painting. I like how you caught the sun's reflection on the bay.

    [Did you enlarge the photo on my blog? It shows the village at the back a bit better then. But if you'd like to see a closer image of a minority village, you may enjoy this earlier post: http://viewthrumygloballens.blogspot.com/2010/07/wind-and-rain-bridge.html and if you click on Guizhou on the side bar, it will offer more. This is a new blog, so I'm sure to post more minority/Guizhou images in future.]

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  4. Quite lovely with that sun over the buildings. It's what Simon and Garfunkel would call "A Hazy Shade Of Winter'!

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  5. It looks like a wonderful composition of nature and what man has made to me. I love the building with the balconies against the water glittering with sunshine.--Inger

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  6. This is a beautiful photo, Penny. I love the light from the water behind the buildings. I've been thinking about you: are you OK? How is your mum? I've not been visiting too much and feel out of touch. Take care, my friend. Blessings Jo

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  7. Thank you everyone for your kind words. Please forgive me if I don't address each of you individually as I am very busy right now preparing to go out of town.

    Jo, my friend, mom is doing ok at the moment though there have been some very tenuous times this past few months and weeks. My brother and I are keeping very busy attending to all of her needs. She has been approved for a nursing home and we are awaiting her new unit to become available. Still lots of things to do at her home while we await the move.

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  8. very scenic indeed! thanks for visiting. :)

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  9. Yes I can see the beauty you refer to. The sun adds a lovely touch to the scene.

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  10. Am delighted to know your back in Kenya... and can find updates here. Gave Becky Salem Sutherland from Mychurch/Facebook your email address and this link as she leaves for Kenya Monday on a Missionary trip... she may be contacting you.

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  11. Am delighted to know your back in Kenya... and can find updates here. Gave Becky Salem Sutherland from Mychurch/Facebook your email address and this link as she leaves for Kenya Monday on a Missionary trip... she may be contacting you.

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  12. It looks like a wonderful composition of nature and what man has made to me. I love the building with the balconies against the water glittering with sunshine.--Inger

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  13. It's nearly impossible to have a "bad" scene in Vancouver, a place I called home for many years. Your image is indeed like a painting. I like how you caught the sun's reflection on the bay.

    [Did you enlarge the photo on my blog? It shows the village at the back a bit better then. But if you'd like to see a closer image of a minority village, you may enjoy this earlier post: http://viewthrumygloballens.blogspot.com/2010/07/wind-and-rain-bridge.html and if you click on Guizhou on the side bar, it will offer more. This is a new blog, so I'm sure to post more minority/Guizhou images in future.]

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