Shelagh's Lens

Monthly Archives: September 2014


Two for Tea

What do you do with what were once everyday houeshold items when you – or your parents – downsize? Well, in some cases, you pass the keepsakes on to younger family members who may have practical or sentimental use for…

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Game of Chance

In what might be inferred as a commentary on escalating real estate markets, this wheel of fortune was front and centre in a local shop window on the weekend.

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Day’s End

Walking home from the beach a few nights ago, the setting sun gentle on the shoulder, I was compelled to turn back for one last look – and found it appeared almost as though the sun was boring a path…

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Setting the Tone

… for an evening of dance, drama and romantic splendour. We’re back at the Palais Garnier, also known as the Paris Opera House, where the lighting does justice to the gorgeous ceiling above the audience.

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Not-so-Rapid Transit

I love the proximity of the heron to kayakers such as this one, who was able to enjoy gliding by this fine feathered fellow while also in the scope of international freighters and able to enjoy the mountains and other…

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Walking on Water

Skimboarding is popular in Vancouver, where you’ll find people ranging from little kids to boomers enjoying the sun and water.

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Taking Flight

Today, I’m bringing you another couple of looks at a very fine, feathered friend.

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