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May 23, 2014 16:05:34   #
Thank you for the welcome! I doubt I will have time to join in but I really have enjoyed all the wonderful photos.

We are in an RV park where we have lots of friends and play lots of music. I am off to a jam now.
May 23, 2014 16:01:23   #
Great photos made even better by those cool edges!
May 23, 2014 16:00:02   #
May 23, 2014 15:58:25   #
Colorado is so beautiful, as are your photos, and we are looking forward to getting back there in a couple of weeks. We will mainly be in the San Luis Valley for the summer.
May 23, 2014 15:51:04   #
Amazing and unnerving photos!
May 22, 2014 16:37:52   #
I just got this camera less than a week ago and like it a lot so far. Lots of new things to learn.
May 22, 2014 16:19:01   #
Which hometown should I choose since my hometown changes regularly. :-)

Is there a time limit on this challenge?
May 22, 2014 16:17:51   #
jacklpine wrote:
Thank you. These will all be of Charlottetown. Corner Brook is pretty, quite hilly, and only a wee bit over 100 years old. The reason for that is The French Shore, another bit of Canadian history.


Enjoyed your photos. They brought back good memories of our visits there.
May 22, 2014 16:07:31   #
If you could see me, I would be mostly green. We had the good fortune to visit England for a few weeks but I wanted to stay two years. Such a beautiful country and your photos are excellent!
May 22, 2014 16:03:09   #
laskalass wrote:
Love these have shown a wonderful overview and flavor of Charlottetown....makes me want to go visit there for sure! Enjoyable, thanks Jacklpine!!

PEI is a great place to visit!
May 22, 2014 16:00:05   #
jacklpine wrote:
Laska, you're hitting chords in me.

I used to work in Corner Brook, Newfoundland. Now, after the Battle on the Plains of Abraham when Capt. Cook had shown how to navigate the St. Lawrence river, where the river narrows (in Mik'maq, the word for where the river narrows is Quebec), the English naval or military lords had won a settlement from France to turn over part of the lands in Newfoundland previously controlled by them. 1st they wanted all of the lands around Newfoundland surveyed. & Cook was given the job. Suffice it to say, you might enjoy googling for "Cook Monument, Corner Brook, NL." Newfoundland is also where Cook learned how to go without fresh food and not get scurvy. & of course, that's how he managed to go on all of those other, longer voyages.

Now, your challenge name. You see there's one 'town' I've been meaning to tackle, photo wise. Only, to do so meant getting up EARLY, for daylight, but little traffic.

So, to next post.
Laska, you're hitting chords in me. br br I use... (show quote)

I am looking forward to your photos. We have been to Corner Brook a couple of times. Newfoundland is one of our favorite places.
May 22, 2014 15:57:32   #
WOW! I need a city fix now and then but really prefer the peaceful places like yours.
May 22, 2014 15:53:57   #
Gorgeous! We have been to Anchorage several times - spent the summer in Kenai. We loved Alaska.

You have done a wonderful with the photos and the variety of subjects.
May 22, 2014 15:49:20   #
My husband of almost 48 years and I have lived full time in an RV for the past 12 years and will be leaving for Colorado in a couple of weeks. We have traveled all over the USA and Canada and have taken MANY photos along the way. I just got a new Canon SX50 and am in the process of trying to figure out if I really need a UV filter or hood and/or an adapter. I am attaching the first photo taken with my new camera.
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