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Weekly Photo Challenge: Elemental

Elemental

A bench by the St-Lawrence River in Prescott, Ontario. It was very windy that day. Sitting down to watch the beautiful scenery was a sure way to get soaked!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Ooh, Shiny!

Ooh, Shiny!

This is too easy! It doesn’t matter where I am or what I’m doing, if a cat shows up, I’m distracted. I was visiting the appropriately named The Local Store in Picton, Ontario. They had beautiful handmade crafts, jewelry, books, paintings, and gourmet foods. The owners have a store cat. Well, that was all it took. I spent more time with the cat, than looking at the store items.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Danger

OxfordMillsDam Danger!

There were many overflowing dams in Eastern Ontario and Quebec. This is one, in Oxford Mills, is small compared to the others. Still, the current is strong, and dangerous.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflecting

Reflecting

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rare

Carrots Rare

I pulled these two out of my garden today, intertwined carrots.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Morning

Morning Morning

Honestly, there are mornings where my face looks similar to this. 🙂

Weekly Photo Challenge: Close Up

Close Up

Inside of a table

Close Up

I have a particle board table that I left outside. After so much rain, and being exposed to the sun, it started to fall apart. The moulding on the side was the first part to fall off. This is what the interior of the table looks like. You can see the glue and the cardboard.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Symbol

Symbol

Door knocker

Symbol

An old door knocker seen at Upper Canada Village, Morrisburg, Ontario. On certain doors you knock, some you ring the doorbell. On this one, it’s quite clear what to do.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Half and Half

Half moon

Weekly Photo Challenge: Half and Half

Half and Half

An obvious choice. Still, I enjoy the photo, and thought I’d share. 🙂

Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

St Albert Cheese Factory

St Albert Cheese Factory, Ontario.

Intricate

The St Albert Cheese Co-op was founded in 1894 in St. Albert, Ontario. It’s well known for making the best cheese curds. Us Canadians are known for our poutine, and nothing makes it better than these curds. In February 2013, a fire burnt the factory down. It has since been rebuilt. There’s now an observation deck where you can view the cheese production. I thought intricate was appropriate to represent the equipment required in the manufacturing process.