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Day 162 - Photo A Day Challenge - 6-10-2012
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Jun 10, 2012 11:18:14   #
MadMike
 
I've had enough snow for a few months. You can keep it up there untill winter comes back. LOL
Roadrunner wrote:
Road action around here.
 
Jun 10, 2012 11:18:55   #
photogrl57
 
jgroff2506 wrote:
Osuzzannah wrote:
Rural and urban scenes


My contributions


Wow fabulous photos JG .. pg 3
Jun 10, 2012 11:19:44   #
MadMike
 
I love the old buildings, and the cobble stone street.
PAToGraphy wrote:
OK, City streets and street photog - I've been working on itÂ…
Posting early and out all day, but not gator hunting like Loguey!
Jun 10, 2012 11:20:45   #
Georgiann
 
couple of roundabout pictures in Bend and the way back home.






Jun 10, 2012 11:20:48   #
jim_j_canuck
 
Fred Ann wrote:
jim_j_canuck wrote:
Trent Canal goes through our city.....built in 1896....lifts boats up and down 65 feet.
I have been through the locks on the Trent Severn marine railway. It is beautiful in that area.


Ty FredAnn.....I have photos of the marine railroad at Severn Falls further up the Trent canal.
Jun 10, 2012 11:21:09   #
photogrl57
 
jim_j_canuck wrote:
Trent Canal goes through our city.....built in 1896....lifts boats up and down 65 feet.


Wow .. great view .. pg 5
 
Jun 10, 2012 11:21:27   #
MadMike
 
River road, and you get a couch to sit in while traveling, Mikey likes it.
rivernan wrote:
this is a view a see a lot in the warm weather
Jun 10, 2012 11:22:38   #
photogrl57
 
Georgiann wrote:
couple of roundabout pictures in Bend and the way back home.


Wonderful photos GG ... pg 6
Jun 10, 2012 11:23:08   #
MadMike
 
Pretty city, and I like the Anchor, a nice piece of art.
Fred Ann wrote:
City streets, first a visit to the old seaport city of Saint John NB. The oldest incorporated city in Canada, nicknamed "the greatest little city in the east"
Jun 10, 2012 11:25:15   #
MadMike
 
I've been in St. Andrews, but it was St Andrews Scotland, but I guess they're both on the edge of water. LOL Love the old signs, good job.
Fred Ann wrote:
Now for a drive up the coast to a seasidetown, known as St. Andrews by the sea and a visit to Fredericton, our capital city here in New Brunswick
Jun 10, 2012 11:26:56   #
MadMike
 
I've see lots of long rolling road in my years as a truck driver, and I always like unusual art. Of course the face is my favorite.
woodsliv wrote:
Here's a few of mine
 
Jun 10, 2012 11:27:16   #
photogrl57
 
These photos have nothing to do with the challenge. After leaving downtown yesterday these are just some interesting things I found while driving around.
I love this house ... the yard ...not so much LOL

I found a sunflower farm ! who knew













Jun 10, 2012 11:28:57   #
MadMike
 
Your pictures take me down memory lane, I've been to a lot of those places and loved traveling.
jgroff2506 wrote:
Osuzzannah wrote:
Rural and urban scenes


My contributions
Jun 10, 2012 11:36:36   #
Osuzzannah
 
MadMike wrote:
Nice smal town pictures. Sometimes I miss the little town in Colorado where I came from.
Osuzzannah wrote:
Rural and urban scenes


Thank you MM
Jun 10, 2012 11:39:09   #
Osuzzannah
 
jim_j_canuck wrote:
Trent Canal goes through our city.....built in 1896....lifts boats up and down 65 feet.


Love this pic..reminds me of a river boat cruise.
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