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Festive Red Poinsettia for the Winter Holidays

The festive red Poinsettia is part of the traditional decorations in the winter holidays, which are rapidly approaching. The flamboyant reds, bright lights, and the everlasting greens are Christmas symbols. Poinsettia is also called the Christmas Star, because… Read More

November Fiery Orange

Welcome to November Fiery Orange Colors! Halloween is already history, but even after the party the pumpkin colors are still vivid. Canadians have already celebrated Thanksgiving in October, but in the USA is yet to come. Regardless of… Read More

Maman the Giant Spider

You cannot miss Maman the Giant Spider, an urban art sculpture in Ottawa, Canada. The National Gallery of Art in Ottawa has placed it in front of its entrance. As a matter of fact, Maman (French for Mother)… Read More

Laundry Day In Nova Scotia

It was Laundry Day In Nova Scotia. I should better say on Briar Island, NS. I don’t know about others, but I’m often attracted by real life scenes. Rural houses and laundry will always get my attention. I… Read More

Winds of Guatemala a puzzling photo

Winds of Guatemala is the story Graham wrote about this unusual photo of mine: “The bridge was haunted. It was the talk of the village. Evelin had been jostled and Maynor had been knocked down. Nobody wanted to… Read More

Illusion and Genius by Salvador Dali

This is “Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea” by Salvador Dali.  I photographed it at the Theater-Museum in Figueres, Spain. For those who don’t know, this is actually a portrait of Lincoln. You cannot see the president’s face though,… Read More

Small Suspended Garden In Mexico

I photographed this small suspended garden in Guanajuato, Mexico. It was just a small balcony on a narrow street going up the hill.  As small as it was, the balcony was full of flowers. Some were filing the… Read More

After the Party

This is an After the Party scene I saw in a backyard in Canada after Halloween. Some still nice looking pumpkins were stacked together on a backyard bench in the trash corner. ** For those who don’t know,… Read More

The Ghost Rider

I called this photo The Ghost Rider because it looks like a nebulous thing passing by… 🙂 This was an example of motion blur photography I gave in my article: “To Focus or Not To Focus” at Travelways.com…. Read More

Evening rush hour at the bus stop

The evening rush hour is a common thing in our daily life. This urban quotidian event can be however an interesting subject to observe. As busy at it is, it unites for a few minutes people of various… Read More

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