Tag Archives: nature

Weekly Photo Challenge: Optimistic

This week’s theme is “optimistic“.  What picture shows you an image that will make you optimistic about something?  While a lot of other bloggers and photographers have chosen warm, sunny, bright pictures of summer because we are in the middle … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Close Up

Recently, I took a really nice close up picture.  This fits in with this week’s theme (I feel like this theme is also similar to this one I participated in).  Sometimes, when doing these weekly photo challenges, I wish I had … Continue reading

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Summer EC Retreat 2015 in Happy Harbour, Muskoka

This past weekend — well, Sunday and Monday, a few select friends and MA family road-tripped up to Muskoka where we had a relaxing “extended weekend” (my words) at a private lakeside cottage.  I’m pretty sure it was my first … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Forces of Nature

Without a doubt, this is a force of nature to me.  Just look at those huge looming mountains and large surfaces of land that has erupted out of the earth.  It’s truly incredible.  Man couldn’t make that even if he … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate

When we were in New Zealand last month, we visited Rainbow Springs, a haven in New Zealand where hundreds of native trees and wildlife live.  It’s also a place where they have raised and released more than 1,200 kiwi birds into the … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur

Last week’s photo challenge was going to be of this picture, but then I thought better of it and decided to use this one instead.  Since my arrival in HK nearly three weeks ago, I’ve been travelling around HK, to … Continue reading

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Product Review: DNA Miracles Soothing Ointment

Do you know anybody who has eczema, really dry, or sensitive skin?  This natural product helps to relieve all of that and it really works!  This product is called DNA Miracles Soothing Ointment and you can get it here.  (Scroll to … Continue reading

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Organizing my Own Shoreline Cleanup at Bluffer’s Park

One of the things I absolutely LOVE doing is cleanups.  There’s just something almost ‘thrilling’ in the challenge of the ‘treasure’-hunting process — treat every piece of trash that you can spot out in the natural environment of greenery as … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring

This week’s photo challenge displays the proverbial sign of spring:  Flowers blooming and trees budding!  Just look at these little buds open up and blossom into leaves. : )

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Cleaning up Little Norway Park

Last week, as part of the spring time Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, a group of eager Mother Nature lovers and I landed upon Little Norway Park to rid its space of any litter that others have left behind.  The Great … Continue reading

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