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Botanical garden Winnipeg

Le bassin aux nymphéas #5/5 by Jean Fraipont

Posted on 2017-01-13

What a surprise to discover (in august of course) a wonderful collection of various plants in a beautiful park (1100 acres) ! One of the charms of Winnipeg, too little known.

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Steeple No. 1

Steeple No. 1 by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2016-08-01

One of the many church spires that are prevalent in the Eastern Townships and Gaspe Peninsula of Quebec which shows their French Catholic heritage.

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Catherine Kennedy

Catherine Kennedy by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2015-09-29

Life begins; is lived to the best of our ability and then we move on, leaving behind a stone monument in hopes that someone remembers.

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"Tagish Lake", Sabourin

Autumn at Tagish Lake by Steven

Posted on 2016-01-18

Tagish Lake is more than 62 miles long and about 1.2 miles wide. It has two arms, the Taku Arm in the east which is very long and mostly in British Columbia and Windy Arm in the west, mostly in Yukon. The Klondike Highway, from which this photo was taken, runs along Windy Arm south of Carcross. Bennett Lake flows into Tagish Lake, so the northern portion of Tagish Lake was part of the route to the Klondike used by gold-seekers during the Klondike Gold Rush.

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Automne magique

Automne magique by Stéphany

Posted on 2015-10-22

Photo prise pour une garderie. Je voulais faire différent des poses statiques. Du mouvement et du naturel : )

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MY KY...

MY KY... by my-ky

Posted on 2015-08-04

This is a tribute to a beloved companion of our family for the past 8 years. She was such a beautiful dog, in essence and in body, that I wanted to share some photos of her.
Kaya filled our lives with so much love, joy and laughter. She was an impish little devil wrapped inside a German Shepherd dog suit...she was an adored, precious soul. Kaya was so loved. Free-spirited, with a zest for life, she was devoted to us...she left paw prints of treasured memories in our hearts.

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Finger Galls

Finger Galls by Carol

Posted on 2015-07-16

Finger galls on the leaves of black cherry are caused by a tiny eriophyid mite they don’t hurt the tree. A blue butterfly called the cherry gall azure lays eggs on these finger galls in May, and when they hatch the resulting caterpillars eat the galls-mites and all. The caterpillars also leave behind sweet secretions that attract ants who in return, protect the cherry gall azure caterpillars from wasps and other predators. Imagine-all of this happens on the surface of a single leaf.

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Bike at Dusk 4/4

Bike at Dusk 4/4 by Shar

Posted on 2015-05-18

Saskatchewan is known for its "Living Skies". I am lucky to get to see and appreciate evenings like this often.

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Making Pies

Making Pies by Shar

Posted on 2015-04-12

My mom making pies last weekend for our family supper! They were tasty!!

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The Blue Office Tower

The Blue Office Tower by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2015-02-17

This is the facade of an office tower that I shot through the window of a moving train on my way to Montreal. The strong lines and colour is what caught my eye and demanded that I take this photo.

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Structure Fire

Into The Fire by Bill Roberts

Posted on 2015-01-24

Kingston fire crews arrive on the scene of a structure fire in Wilmot, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.

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Point Atkinson Lighthouse

Point Atkinson Lighthouse by CW McGowen

Posted on 2014-08-15

My Son Cole and I recently travelled to Whistler with the Summer Hawks for the Whistler All-Star International Hockey Tournament. Cole's team played well and we had a great trip.

While in Whistler, we stopped at a number of locations along the way to photograph some of BC's great scenery.

One of our stops was Point Atkinson which was the Vancouver's first lighthouse location. The original lighthouse was built in 1874 and in service until 1912 when the current one was built.

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miss sharon jones music live performance winnipeg

ladies & gentlemen, miss sharon jones.. by Roger Rempel

Posted on 2014-06-19

the amazing sharon jones and her dap-kings perform at the walker theatre in winnipeg, canada in spring of 2014.

if she hits your town... run and get your tickets.... a must see.

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lake winnipeg eastern shore ice spring breakup mon

ice meet forest by Roger Rempel

Posted on 2014-05-24

rocks sit beneath these chunks of ice that blow into shore with winds. if your residence is built too close to shore, then....

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Street Art Winnipeg Manitoba Johnston

Street Art by Jean Fraipont

Posted on 2016-09-20

"St. Regis Hotel est. 1911", Winnipeg - by Charlie Johnston - Mural of the year 2003.

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A Child's Love

A Child's Love by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2015-02-14

I was walking along a beach in Newfoundland when I came across a plank with a child's sea shell artwork on it. This one in particular caught my eye. I was filled with warm feelings of heartfelt gifts for Mom.

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Planting' Spuds

Planting' Spuds by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2016-04-29

I had a great discussion with this fellow about the art of planting potato near Maberly Newfoundland.

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A Time When We Were Younger

A Time When We Were Younger by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2016-04-19

Although this little abandoned house was a treasure for a photographer, it made me sad as the contents of the house included many games that would be played by a family, toys, personal art as symbols of family warmth. There were clothes, furnishings and articles that were an indication of the occupation and modest lifestyle of the owners. There was commodes and canes indicating later life and insinuated a story of possible tragedy and loneliness in the final days and final abandonment.

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j'aurais voulu être un artiste…

j'aurais voulu être un artiste… by daigneault - photographe

Posted on 2015-08-18

I wanted to be an artist…

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Beaucoup de photographes
se vantent de publier leurs photos
sans les retoucher.

C'est comme un coït interrompu !

La presque totalité des belles images sont retouchées
et c'est tant mieux.
La photographie, ce n'est pas une télé-réalité
et ça aussi c'est tant mieux.


Et oui, j'aurais voulu être un artiste !
J'aurais aimé être un musicien,
j'aurais fait du Rock et du Blues.


« Have fun. Go out and record the world you see and the life you liv

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Brandywine Falls

Brandywine Falls by CW McGowen

Posted on 2015-07-18

Brandywine Falls is 20 miles south of Whistler in British Columbia. The falls are small but quite beautiful at a little over 200 feet tall. The waterfall is a short easy hike off the Sea to Sky Trail.

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Looking out

Looking out by Angus

Posted on 2015-05-29

Taken at the Banff Springs Hotel. This family was looking out the window when I caught this shot.

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Last Photo of John Patrick Caldwell and Suzanne

Last Photo of John Patrick Caldwell and Suzanne by Phil Morris

Posted on 2015-03-09

Last Photo of John Patrick Caldwell and Suzanne
John Patrick Caldwell of the band, Mother Tucker's Yellow Duck died January 28, 2015,
he was 70 years old. Probably one of the best fathers I have ever seen to his son, Seth.

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Blue Chevy

Blue Chevy by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2015-02-03

The photograph is of a Chevrolet pick-up truck. The truck was not laying unit's side when I took the shot but I chose to rotate it 90 degrees for aesthetic reasons. Technical: 1/45 sec at f/8 with 2 EV, ISO 400, 18-200 Nikon lens at focal length 39 mm. Crop factor 1.5

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abandoned ship, ms lord selkirk, red river, manito

rusty birdsnest by Roger Rempel

Posted on 2014-11-08

i went to a girl's birthday dinner celebration hosted on this boat. this was about 20 years ago. it looked much nicer than it does now. it oozes fluids and is set on fire routinely. i keep returning for a photo shoot here because i keep hearing it will be removed and salvaged. poor selkirk's costa concordia-esque situation. ..

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1960's Revival

1960's Revival by Eric Cousineau

Posted on 2014-07-07

Yarn may be used undyed, or may be coloured with natural or artificial dyes. Most yarns have a single uniform hue, but there is also a wide selection of variegated yarns:
- Heathered or tweed: yarn with flecks of different coloured fiber
- Ombre: variegated yarn with light and dark shades of a single hue
- Multicolored: variegated yarn with two or more distinct hues (a "parrot colourway" might have green, yellow and red)

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Bad Hair Day

Bad Hair Day by Shar

Posted on 2014-06-03

Funny how on bad hair days, someone always shows up with a camera!! LOL
Happy Silly Tuesday!

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Temple In The Woods

Temple In The Woods by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2017-01-12

Although I have given this image a gentle name it is actually an abandoned phosphorous plant near Gatineau used during the war.

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Door Of A Boiler

Door Of A Boiler by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2016-06-04

North of Kingston, Ontario the woods are dotted with abandoned mica mines. These are usually shallow open-pit mines that were dug by hand, the mica being transported long distances through the woods by horse to a railroad line. The work was hard and dangerous. The miner's wives would grade the mica that the miners dug. Prospecting for the mica required a lot of skill and after an exploratory pit was dug the quality of the mica was often not good enough and the mine abandonned.

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Blizzard

Blizzard by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2016-05-04

"Photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place... I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them." - Elliott Erwitt

Look closely and you see the cut face of a rock but step back and you might see a driving blizzard on the Alberta Foothills.

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Sous le regard de Champlain

Sous le regard de Champlain by mo.langel

Posted on 2015-11-30

Samuel Champlain, né vers 1570 à Brouage près de La Rochelle, a fondé la ville de Québec en 1608! Il était un navigateur, un cartographe, un soldat, un explorateur, un géographe, un commandant et un chroniqueur français. Il meurt à Québec le 25 décembre 1635.

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Toronto C. N. Tower Hat

Toronto C. N. Tower Hat by Phil Morris

Posted on 2015-08-17

I took very few photos of the C.N. Tower, never liked it, so it just makes more sense to parody it in a hat!

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In The Garden At Night

In The Garden At Night by Michael Rawluk

Posted on 2015-07-04

I have been playing with flower photography in the garden at night using a flash. The challenge is focusing in the dark.

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Cape Journimain Lighthouse

Cape Journimain Lighthouse by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2015-06-22

The Cape Journimain Lighthouse is located on a small island in the Cape Journimain Wildlife Area in Nova Scotia. In the background can be seen the Confederation Bridge to Prince Edward Island.

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Exhaustion

Exhaustion by Robert D. Burr

Posted on 2015-02-23

I was at an art show at Bon Echo Provincial Park when I came across this scene. There has been a terrible thunderstorm the night before and no one in the campground had gotten any sleep. The exhausted Dad had been sitting in this position at a park picnic table for a very long time while his daughter slept and was quite uncomfortable from the position but did not want to disturb her by shifting his weight. I love how this Dad cherishes his daughter.

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Alberta

Peyto Lake by maximage

Posted on 2014-11-08

Peyto Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta Canada.
La fonte des glaciers apporte aux eaux du lac des sédiments qui reflètent la lumière bleue. Cet apport de minéraux donne au lac cette lumineuse et fascinante couleur turquoise même comme sur cette image, par temps de pluie.

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Cross

Cross by Michael Rawluk

Posted on 2014-08-05

Sadness is finding the grave of a half brother who died as a baby and his last name is misspelled and first name is missing.

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quebec city, chateau frontenac, night, lights

europe ? - no, north america ! by Franz

Posted on 2014-06-16

Quebec City - la ville de québec - is the only north american city with a true "old town" that's surrounded by an intact town wall. the narrow streets, the "french" buildings, the atmosphere ... everything is strongly reminiscent of Europe ...

When we were there in 2008, Quebec was celebrating its 400th birthday. so, happy anniversary and many more years to you, belle cité

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sunset lake ice lake winnipeg lester beach manitob

sunset ice by Roger Rempel

Posted on 2014-05-21

Near lester beach, at lake winnipeg east shores. The ice makes a tinkling sound as it breaks apart through the night...

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