Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Project 366: Week 29

I’ve been a lazy blogger for awhile now, particularly this month. And a lazy photographer at times, too. It could be the hot weather that’s making me sluggish or it could be that I just don’t know what to say lately. Or something else. I dunno. I’m late again with this project but here I am with week 29. All these photos were taken while the most amazing man in the world and I were out cycling.

This week's photo theme: Sights On Bikes


Friday, July 15, 2016
Fun On The Water
"Young people having fun in Lake Ontario."

Project 366, Day 197: Fun On The Water


Saturday, July 16, 2016
Downtown Kingston
"One of the most beautiful cities in Canada.”

Project 366, Day 198: Downtown Kingston


Sunday, July 17, 2016
Across The Water
"A distant view of The Royal Military College of Canada."

Project 366, Day 199: Across The Water


Monday, July 18, 2016
Historical Sights
"Built between 1846 – 1848, this is one of four Martello towers located in Kingston, Ontario. There are 11 of them still standing in Canada."

Project 366, Day 200: Historical Sights


Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Rust
"I always stop to photograph rusty old things!”

Project 366, Day 201: Rust


Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Raw Beauty
“Mother Nature at her best. This landscape has not been disturbed by humans.”

Project 366, Day 202: Raw Beauty


Thursday, July 21, 2016
The Road
“Where will this unpaved road take us?”

Project 366, Day 203: The Road


What I've learned this week:
Sometimes I have nothing to say. And I’m okay with that.
You can cover a lot of ground on a bicycle.
No matter how many times I visit the same area, there is always something new to see.
I am always happiest outdoors.


And that wraps up another round of photos. Have a wonderful day, everyone!

32 comments:

  1. I have very little to say most of the times, which is why I find blogging very difficult. Those are some pretty photos. I'm not a cycler, but even if I were, it has been too hot here to do anything. It's getting sort of depressing because I'd rather be outside doing something.

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    1. I know what you mean about the heat. We've been experiencing a heat wave for quite some time now. I'm looking forward to when the days are much mor comfortable.

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  2. You found great scenes to photograph while out biking. Love the rusty gate shot.

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    1. There's always something to see when you're out and about!

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  3. So pretty! Couldn't pick a favorite because all were great. Sometimes it is hard to figure out what to blog, especially when it is the lazy days of summer. Enjoy the lazy days of summer because before you know it, old man winter will descend again.

    betty

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    1. It always happens to me this time of year, Betty. And I have a similar period when we're at about the middle of winter. My mind goes blank!

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  4. Your part of the world looks so pleasant and peaceful.
    Thanks for the breath of fresh air!

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    1. Thanks, Robyn! It is a very beautiful city in Canada.

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  5. enjoyed your photos today, especially those rusty locks

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  6. So many pretty sights to see in Canada! Oh talk about a lazy blogger-that's me!

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    1. There are many beautiful things to see in Canada! Come up for a visit.

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  7. I don't make posts in my blog as often as I'd like.
    Canada is a beautiful country.

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  8. Sights On Bikes ... I like this.
    Great photo's again, my favourite is 'Historical Sights'

    Enjoy the rest of your week

    All the best Jan

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    1. Thanks, Jan! We're at the weekend again. Can you believe it? I hope it's a good one for you!

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  9. I was thinking I am lazy due to the cold weather and rain here. Nice pics and places.

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    1. Send us some cooler weather and we'll send you some warmth. We'll both be comfortable. Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. Dear Martha,
    I am still waiting for you to tell us that the travel companies headed to Cuba want to use your photos in their brochures!
    July has been a busy month for me and it has been so darn hot!!

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    1. Don't I wish, Kay! You're very sweet. Thanks for that comment about my photos :)

      I imagine it's much hotter where you are!

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  11. You live in a gorgeous city. Thanks for sharing it here and yay for being outside!

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    1. YAY indeed for being outside! There's always something to discover.

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  12. Beautiful!
    enjoy your long weekend!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  13. I love The Road most, with those windmills, it could almost have been taken right here in Iowa. Around here we have windmills everywhere it seems. My second favorite is Downtown Kingston. Great shots!

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    1. Thank you, Bethany! I love visiting areas like the one with all the windmills. I find them relaxing, quiet and fun to explore.

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  14. My bicycle cannot take me very far because it is only for urban roads, cannot do bumpy places.
    i love windmills.... power for free.

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