Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: Back to Vermont

I’m really enjoying Cee’s photo challenges, and this one’s no exception. The Which Way photo challenge is to “[capture] the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on.” This week’s photo is of Chambly Canal – one of the connections between Lake Champlain in Vermont and the St. Lawrence River (and onward to either the Great Lakes or the Atlantic Ocean). We are looking south at this point toward Vermont. I’ve biked along the towpath for this one twice, once in 2011 when riding from Toronto to Quebec City and again, when I … Continue reading Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: Back to Vermont

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Amer Fort – Flock

For this week’s Black and White photo challenge, Cee’s challenged us to share photos that end with the sound “-ock”. When Daegan and I went to India, the two of us spent a week in Jaipur, one of my favourite places in the world. As it was his first trip there, I took him to the Amer Fort. As we approached the entrance, a massive flock of birds lifted off above our heads. In yesterday’s entry I talked about how relatively young many of the “old” landmarks in North America are young by Indian standards. So the Amer Fort, built … Continue reading Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Amer Fort – Flock