This is a shot of the Toronto skyline I took during a boat tour. It was a fun visit and we saw some cool stuff while we were there. You can get some fantastic views from the top of the CN Tower and then catch a Blue Jays baseball game at the Rogers Center next door. If I remember correctly, that stadium was the first in the majors to have a retractable roof.
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While walking down Main St in Breckenridge around the time of my Blue Stag Saloon photo, we stumbled across another interesting place called the Whiskey Star Smokehouse. I took a couple of pictures before I realized these two old guys were in the shot and they were more than happy to pose for me for one more shot. Gee, I wonder why? Whiskey perhaps? They were great! And I guess I shouldn't call them old, they are probably my age! Yeesh! I hope you enjoy the photo and thanks for dropping by.
We took our bi-annual ski trip to Breckenridge, CO last week and during one of our walks downtown for dinner, we saw this fun looking place. We didn't go in, but I think maybe the woman with the baby at the front door wishes she was inside. I hope you enjoy the photo and thanks for dropping by. To purchase a print or digital copy of these images, click the image above and go to the "VISIT SHOP" button. For any other, please contact me or visit my on-line gallery.
Last month we took a much needed vacation to the mountains of north Georgia, just near the Tennessee border. It's very beautiful country up there. Who knew? Plus there are quite a number of incredible waterfalls in that area. We visited several of them. To get to them you have to hike various distances once you park the car so I decided not to take my tripod. However, I could have used a platypod once we got to where we were going. Guess what's on my Christmas list? Anyway, I tried my best to get some shots of some streams and waterfalls handheld and slowed the shutter as much as I could to get that sense of motion in the water. I got a couple of keepers and this is the first. I think I took this one near Anna Ruby Falls as we were heading back.
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