EVERY WHICH WAY BY THE CANAL & RIVER

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – February 24, 2017


PICTURES BY  MARILYN & GARRY ARMSTRONG

It was a good day to take some path pictures. First time in a while that you could actually see the steps without the snow mostly blocking everything.

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These little steps lead up to the top of the passage. You can't see them well in the summer because of all the brush, but it was visible yesterday. The true sign of an old dam.

These little steps lead up to the top of the dam. They are no longer used. You can’t see them in the summer because of the brush, but it was visible yesterday. A true sign of an old dam.


AND FROM GARRY:

In case you aren't sure, follow the sign. There's a river there!

In case you aren’t sure, follow the sign. There’s a river there!

Everyone was out walking on such a nice day.

Everyone was out walking on such a nice day.

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15 thoughts on “EVERY WHICH WAY BY THE CANAL & RIVER

    • Thank you 🙂 It was strange, the way the river was unfrozen and then suddenly, frozen. I think maybe it was because there is less light further down on the canal … more trees?

      I got this camera several months ago — maybe four or five — but this is the first time I’ve been able to take it out and really use it. it lines up the picture so things finally come out STRAIGHT. It’s a replacement to one I’ve had for years that finally had a terminal issue with electronics.

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    • Thanks, Cee. Stems from my working days. Locators! Never forget locators.They save you words, a complete sentence, among other things.

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