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Coptic Church

It was a challenge positioning myself in the snow. Frankly speaking, I don’t know how photographers do it.                     

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Trying to Find a Groove

Nothing in particular about these photos, except one is from my current personal development course (Managing Conflict). And there’s my dog, of course. She always crosses her paws, very lady-like.  🙂                                             … Continue reading

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Collingwood Bygone Days

I recently visited a museum called Bygone Days Heritage Village in Collingwood (www.bygonedays.ca). It was pretty neat, with many of the items, buildings, and farming equipment dating back to the 1850’s. But I also felt pretty ‘dated’ myself, when I … Continue reading

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Slightly Beyond Suburbia

                      

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Summer’s Feast – Part 2

Summer’s quickly coming to an end. Days are shorter, and the weather is definitely chillier. Just learning to shoot pictures here and there, wherever I can grab some light and good vibrations. I’ve only been at this since July, and … Continue reading

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Summer’s Feast – Part 1

Food, flowers, felines (and maybe some structures and street art, too)…                                                                          

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Exploring my surroundings

These may not be the most thrilling photos, but heck, we find pictures where we can.                    

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