Shelagh's Lens


Caribbean Waters

Last September, in the good old days when we could readily travel, I travelled to Barbados for work.  As I do whenever possible, I snagged window seats for both flights. The views above the Caribbean were incredible, and here’s my…

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Cloud Nine: Over the Florida Keys

When you fly, do you book an aisle seat? I know many people do – some in order to avoid a sense of claustrophobia, and others for the convenience of not needing to climb over others’ legs when you need…

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Night Skies Over Toronto

Flying in to Toronto late last month, the city’s lights were sparkling and the freeways were ribbons of glittering gold.

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Postcards from DC: The Tidal Basin

Washington, DC is impossible to capture in a single post, or visit. Fortunately, I’ve been able to visit the US Capitol a few times in recent years – and always find something different to explore. In the US Capitol last month,…

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Truly Grand

Here are some images from last week’s flight over Arizona, in all its raw beauty.

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Blue Horizons

I’m just back from Arizona, where the weather was fine: hot (think 33 Celsius or 92 Farenheit) and sunny. High above the cacti, golf courses and air conditioned buildings and cars, though, there were clouds drifting through the skies.

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