FOWChallenge-Trace

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The trace (or tug) pertaining to harness…

can be found just in front of the hind legs

as shown by the arrows.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Trace

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SUNDAY-STILLS-PC-Orange

 

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Orange stills for Sunday.

Geraniums in York.

A Witch’s Hat in Banff.

A surfboard at Torquay.

 

Pegs on a clothesline.

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTOS: Orange

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Things-People-Drive

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We did not get to fly in this plane…

but it was at our accommodation the night before…


our Muddy River Safari in Canada.

After a hearty breakfast it was all aboard.

We won’t forget this trip in a hurry as it was here while having

our life jackets fitted that MGW discovered a familiar face doing the fitting. 

A former pupil at the school where she works.

A day or two later we were off on an evening hayride at Banff.

Followed by a more comfortable mode of transport for two days. 

Who has never ever wanted to drive a train??  🙂

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Wits-End-October-Inspirations2018-16Room-with-a-View

 

 

 

 

Known as the ‘million dollar view’

when Banff Springs Hotel

was constructed the kitchen had this view.

During renovations the kitchen was moved

and now guests and visitors are able

to take in this stunning view.

At least that is the story we were told 🙂

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October 2018 Photography Inspirations: Room-with-a-View

SUNDAY-STILLS-PC-Water

 

 

 

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I  think all but one image reflects my sub theme this week.First one of the several small water falls/features

in the Cascade Gardens

in Banff, Canada.

Athabasca Falls Alberta, Canada.

Another shot from Athabasca Falls,

Alberta, Canada.

Maligne Canyon Falls, Alberta, Canada.

While not strictly in keeping with the rest of my post

this leaf caught my eye as

I was leaving Maligne Canyon Falls.

However, it could be argued that these water droplets

would not be hanging around for much longer.

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SUNDAY STILLS PHOTOS: Water

Wits-End-Weekly-Prompt-Moving-Water

 

Although most of these photos are from

Vancouver Island we found plenty

of moving water in Canada.

Fountain outside Legislative Assembly Building,

Victoria, Vancouver Island.

 

This snail fountain can be found just inside

the Butchart Gardens gate.

Jumping to Alberta and Banff’s

Cascade Gardens provides this waterfall.

Known for its murals, Chemainus can be

discovered on Vancouver Island.

Finally, possibly my favourite Canadian fountain is the

Ross Fountain in the Butchart Gardens,

Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Finally, maybe a slightly different take on moving water.

We had to cross what seemed to be a fairly narrow path

each time we entered/exited our hotel in Victoria, BC.

The Parkside has some huge fish in this pond.

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Wits End Weekly Prompt: Moving-Water

FOWChallenge-Ingredients

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Scenes like these…

tree branches covered with snow…

capped off with falling snow were 

the perfect ingredients for…

for our visit to Canada’s

Columbia Icefield and Athabasca Glacier.

Just perfect…

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge: Ingredients