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Old Posted Jul 6, 2018, 7:34 PM
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I had these photos saved in a file all winter and forgot to post them here!



On Track
by Paul Flynn, on Flickr


Kensington Kolour
by bruce lee fair, on Flickr


Nouille 2017
by Patrick, on Flickr


Electric Mud BBQ .... 5 Brock Avenue .... Toronto (Parkdale) Ontario
by Greg's Southern Ontario (catching Up Slowly), on Flickr


World Music at Kensington Market
by Ori C., on Flickr


Mall Mullings
by D O'Quinn, on Flickr


pace.
by Jonathan Castellino, on Flickr


Main Street Zanzibar
by Ryan, on Flickr


Shake up your Holidays
by Greg David, on Flickr


401 Richmond
by dtstuff9, on Flickr


https://www.flickr.com/photos/steve_...y/25123104448/


The Thirst
by Paul Flynn, on Flickr


Electric Snow
by Zirocket, on Flickr


Snow Field In The City by Ryan, on Flickr


Helping Hands by Jason Cook, on Flickr


Untitled
by Views From Lisa, on Flickr


Untitled
by Views From Lisa, on Flickr


The Keep
by George Welcher, on Flickr


https://www.flickr.com/photos/ldejon...46360/sizes/h/


https://www.flickr.com/photos/ldejon...14995/sizes/h/


https://www.flickr.com/photos/ldejon...51524/sizes/h/


https://www.flickr.com/photos/ldejon...66394/sizes/h/


https://www.flickr.com/photos/ldejon...61691/sizes/h/
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Old Posted Jul 6, 2018, 8:44 PM
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Old Posted Jul 7, 2018, 2:28 AM
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Wow Monkey, you have a great eye for photos. Martin great set as well. I really need to replace my stolen Rebel.
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Old Posted Jul 7, 2018, 2:37 PM
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Outdoor concert featuring Chilliwack in front of Moncton City Hall during the Atlantic Nationals car show and rally (from yesterday, found on Mayor Dawn Arnold's Facebook page). That's the HQ building for Medavie/Blue Cross in the background.

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Old Posted Jul 8, 2018, 5:43 PM
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I found this photo on Councillor Greg Turner's Facebook page.

Canada Day fireworks over the Petitcodiac River in downtown Moncton. The memorial to the fallen RCMP officers is in the foreground.

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I've just reassessed this photo. There isn something not quite right here.

The trees are leafless. There may be a skiff of snow and ice on the ground and the lady just to the right of the monument seems a little overdressed for a July evening.

Also, the tower crane for Horizon Place is visible on the horizon. This was taken down a couple of month ago. Maybe these fireworks were from New Years Day.

Regardless, it's a neat photo.
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Old Posted Jul 9, 2018, 4:36 PM
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[IMG]The Star by Darren Lin, on Flickr[/IMG]

[IMG]Toronto, Canada Travel by BuckFlights.com, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Socks McGroperton made an appearance at Jarry Park this St-Jean - to not much fanfare.
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Old Posted Jul 10, 2018, 1:51 AM
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This has to be one of my favourite Toronto pics i've seen!

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Old Posted Jul 10, 2018, 1:55 AM
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[IMG]Toronto, Canada Travel by BuckFlights.com, on Flickr[/IMG]
Wow what was this from?
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Socks McGroperton made an appearance at Jarry Park this St-Jean - to not much fanfare.
At least there was a hot horsey cop.

Are you right wing? I found over the years conservatives like to come up with nick names and catch phrases. It seems their base feed off of puerile tag lines which says a lot about them.
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Old Posted Jul 10, 2018, 3:16 PM
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Are you right wing? I found over the years conservatives like to come up with nick names and catch phrases. It seems their base feed off of puerile tag lines which says a lot about them.
I think conservatives have a sense of humour that escapes most SJWs.
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Are you right wing? I found over the years conservatives like to come up with nick names and catch phrases. It seems their base feed off of puerile tag lines which says a lot about them.
I’m wingless. If Lego Hair Harper or the new guy - Andrew Whatshisface - were to show up I’d mock them too.

The day that any of these idiots learn to speak without the use of talking points and can give a straight answer to a direct question I may actually support one of them.

Until then, you partisan idealogues can have at each other.
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Fog Bay da Verde (1 of 1)-3 by Chris Hawkes, on Flickr

Trinity 07 18 DSC_4975 by Stephen Millar, on Flickr

DSC03082 by Chuck Reback, on Flickr

St Johns Gun Signal (1 of 1) - Copy by Chris Hawkes, on Flickr

Somebody's watching me by Karen Chappell, on Flickr

DSC02822 by Chuck Reback, on Flickr

DSC02840 by Chuck Reback, on Flickr

Party for Sandy Morris (41) by Alick Tsui Photography, on Flickr

That guy above ALMOST made it back in the day. This was his most famous song, I think it was played across Canada.

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And Jenny, oh Jenny.

Party for Sandy Morris (25) by Alick Tsui Photography, on Flickr

An example of our hideous modern towns...

IMG_7096 by brandonsaldan, on Flickr

Signal Hill Pano by Alison and Fil, on Flickr

Newfoundland sayings chocolates by BasiaBM, on Flickr
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Always some interesting and colourful architecture and landscapes from out east as usual.
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Old Posted Jul 31, 2018, 5:41 PM
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Great pics on this page! Looking forward to visits to both Montreal and Toronto in the near future, I'm sure it'll be just as interesting and rewarding as visiting almost any city in North America. Love how green St. John's still is, one benefit of the summer climate!

Here's a few from my hop over to Vancouver on Saturday - Victoria is an arid dessert in the summer as you can see in these pics as I left on seaplane from the inner harbour. 35 minutes to downtown Vancouver is a great way to travel - check in 15 minutes before your flight, no security screening, like catching a bus.

Victoria aerial July 28, 2018 by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

for extreme detail check out the 6000 x 4000 here.

Victoria from Harbour Air by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

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Victoria neighbourhoods of Fairfield, Oak Bay and the Victoria Golf Course.

Victoria BC by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

Flying over the Gulf Islands

Over the Gulf Islands by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

BC ferry also headed from the island to the lower mainland:

BC Ferry out of active pass heading to Tsawwassen by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

I was on the non-downtown side landing in Vancouver, so here's North Vancouver:

North Vancouver by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

full size here

nearing touchdown:

Vancouver July 28, 2018 by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

View from Harbour Centre and building reclad:

Van City by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

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more views:

Vancouver rom Harbour Centre by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

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Vancouver by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

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Vancouver by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

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Gastown, Metrotown and Brentwood:

Vancouver by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

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Gastown:

Vancouver Gastown by JohnnyJayEh, on Flickr

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Thanks for the pics of Victoria, seldom seen on SSP.

A few pics from Granville Street Bridge. It has some of my favorite vantage points of the city.

Love the jumbled urban feel looking north up the bridge.

Granville Street Bridge by Ian, on Flickr

False Creek by Ian, on Flickr

False Creek Skyline by Ian, on Flickr

Granville Street Bridge by Ian, on Flickr

False Creek by Ian, on Flickr

IMG_2973 by Ian, on Flickr

Granville Street Bridge by Ian, on Flickr

Granville Street Bridge by Ian, on Flickr

And a few from David Lam Park

David Lam Park by Ian, on Flickr

David Lam Park by Ian, on Flickr

David Lam Park by Ian, on Flickr

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Are you right wing? I found over the years conservatives like to come up with nick names and catch phrases. It seems their base feed off of puerile tag lines which says a lot about them.
I myself would be considered well left and I would call this joke a lot worst than that.
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