Sunday, July 31, 2016

Project 366: Week 30

I’m cheating with this week’s collection of photos because I’m using images that I took earlier this month when we visited and cycled around the small city of Cornwall, Ontario. I meant to share them with you at some point but I never got around to it (lazy, sluggish blogger excuse), so they are now going to become part of this project; these and some others I took. Yes, I’m going to cheat again. And I’m not sorry one bit. ‘Cause this is my blog and I can do whatever I want with it! Okay, moving along...

This week's photo theme: Cornwall, Ontario


Friday, July 22, 2016
No Longer In Use
"Abandoned places make for interesting spaces."

Project 366, Day 204: No Longer In Use


Saturday, July 23, 2016
The Road Less Traveled
"This road is not used as often as it once was.”

Project 366, Day 205: The Road Less Traveled


Sunday, July 24, 2016
The View
"A pretty view from the bridge."

Project 366, Day 206: The View


Monday, July 25, 2016
Beneath The Bridge
"There are always interesting sights beneath the bridge."

Project 366, Day 207: Beneath The Bridge


Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Old
"Once upon a time this had a use.”

Project 366, Day 208: Old


Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Old Canal
“Abandoned. But photograph-worthy.”

Project 366, Day 209: Old Canal


Thursday, July 28, 2016
The Trail
“This waterfront trail keeps going on and on...”

Project 366, Day 210: The Trail


What I've learned this week:
There is no end to the amount of exploration that can be done.
Waterfront trails are always enjoyable and wonderfully scenic.
I live in a beautiful country and I’d like to see more of it.
You don’t need to travel far to have fun!


Another week over for this project. And another month comes to an end. I hope you’re all having a terrific Sunday.

22 comments:

  1. Your photography is pure art.

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  2. lovely photos, of course you can post whatever photos you want!

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    1. Thank you, Christine! Yes, it is my blog, after all...LOL...

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  3. It's great that you don't need to go very far to see such wonderful sites.

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    1. Yes, very cool.

      This weekend we might hit a place called Apple Castle. I will enjoy seeing, buying and eating the apples. Then taking them home and handing them over to my lab self. Muwhahahahaha.

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    2. That sounds so cool. Apple Castle! And I bet it smells really nice there with all the fresh apples.

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  4. A agree with Gail..you photographs are ART. You have a magnificent eye for capturing beauty.

    It's it interesting how often derelict, abandoned, or outdated things make for such interesting pictures. A couple of years ago, I put a picture on of a deserted old mill that I thought was beautiful. After years of blogging, I probably would have to hunt for awhile to figure out where I put it.

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    1. I don't know what it is about the, Cheryl, but these beaten down places are so interesting. It is one of my favourite photo themes!

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  5. I love all the trails that you have access to, Martha. Such beautiful and scenic spots.
    So this is Cornwall.....would love to visit some day.

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    1. There are a lot of beautiful trails available to us close to home. We are so lucky!

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  6. I don't think you cheated, I call it creativity! These are great pictures! Looked like a fun day in Cornwall!

    Betty

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    1. Thank you, Betty! That's such a nice way to put it :)

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  7. So do you find the photos and then invent your topic or do you invent your topic and then find photos, if you know what I mean by now.

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    1. That is a great question! Most of the images taken during the winter were based on a topic since they were taken indoors. But for the outdoor images, I invent the topic after they're taken. So far it has worked out fine!

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  8. i have a question about the first photo...
    the colour blue on the bricks / stone. it was painted on, or the stones are really in that colour?

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