Monthly Archives: September 2012

365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 274

These amazing chocolates sit in a big bowl in the room I’m staying in at my girlfriend’s house in Toronto. Needless to say I have sampled a few…but trying to practice some restraint! However, last night the chocolate fairy left … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 273

This stack of clean sheets, blankets, gowns, etc., sit in the hall outside my husband’s hospital room. We have been here almost two weeks now as we get his health sorted out. Canada’ s medical and health care system truly … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 272

Finally, I’m caught up on my posts! This photo was taken from my husband’s hospital room in Toronto. I looked out to see thousands of people participating in the Walk for the Cure, supporting cancer research. It was a magical … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 271

On my way into the hospital this morning, during my walk from the parking garage to the hospital, I noticed these beautiful mums for the first time. I’ve passed them for over a week now, and only noticed them today! … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 270

As I struggle to find a photo from inside a hospital room, I continue to post photos taken over the past little while in Panama. This one is a toad that I discovered on a bench in the Gamboa rainforest. … Continue reading

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 269

This is a view from Casco Viejo that my eyes feasted on during a walk around this historic part of Panama City. I love the old, artistic aspect of the arches!

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365 Day Photo Challenge – Day 268

This is a photo of the Bridges of Americas – one of the two bridges crossing over the Panama Canal. I loved the way this image was ‘naturally’ framed by this structure which was attached to the dock.

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