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My Father in Law Four pages Traditional 12″ x 12″ Scrapbooked December 2010 Nikon D70 with 40mm Lens, external flash unit and Flash Diffuser © The photo of my father in law as a child, was cropped from the group … Continue reading
Ghost Wilderness Area, Alberta, Canada 5 degrees Celsius Nikon D70 © Please click here to see the same place in Summer Waiparous
Four pages 12″ x12″ Traditional Scrapbooked December 2010 Photographed on My Magnetic board Nikon D70 with 40 mm Lens, external flash unit and Flash Diffuser © pose 1 (pz) posed, pos·ing, pos·es v.intr. To assume or hold a particular position or posture, as in … Continue reading
Four pages 12″ x12″ Traditional Scrapbooked December 2010 Photographed on My Magnetic board Nikon D70 with 40mm Lens, external flash unit and Flash Deffuser © pose 1 (pz) v. posed, pos·ing, pos·es v.intr. 1. To assume or hold a particular … Continue reading
This is a photo of me taken Circa 1969, when I was about 14 years old, the photo was possibly taken by my Dad. We were living in Stilfontein, Transvaal, South-Africa at the time. My mom sewed my navy Blue … Continue reading
“Bleeding Cowboy Font” from: Da Font.com What books and/or magazines did I read this month? Scrapbooking with Lisa Bearnson: The Best of QVC Page Layouts Book 1 Lisa’s Website Lisa’s Blog What were my accomplishments this month? I Scrapbooked Mom … Continue reading
My Mother in law Scrapbooked November 2010 Four pages of 12 ” x 12″ All photos Nikon D70 © Alida Johanna Meyer (6.6.1929- 10.2010) (My mother in law) and her Daughter Hester Elisabeth Brits ( 20.3.1949- 2001) Close- up of flowers Close-up Nikon … Continue reading
After we left Banff Town we went to Lake Minnewanka, where it was raining a bit less. Road to Lake Minnewanka Please click for larger image Nikon D70 © “Lake Minnewanka has a rich history. There are recorded archaeological sites … Continue reading
We had a lovely lunch at The Old Spaghetti Factory in Banff We were sopping wet and were glad to hang up our jackets to dry out and have a lovely warm meal. Please click for larger images “It’s known … Continue reading
Deer Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada Please click for larger images Nikon D 300 After we left Moraine Lake we went to the town of Banff, via the Bow Valley Parkway. It was still raining which made the fall colors … Continue reading
Castle Mountain, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada After we left Moraine Lake we went to the town of Banff, via the Bow Valley Parkway. 30 September 2010 Nikon D 300 © “Castle Mountain is located in the heart of Banff … Continue reading
After leaving Lake Louise we went to Moraine Lake in Banff National Park It was still raining. September 2010 Nikon D70 © September 2010 Nikon D70 © “Moraine Lake is a glacially-fed lake in Banff National Park, 14 kilometres (8.7 … Continue reading
We took our visitors to Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada on a cool and rainy day. Please click on photo for a larger image 30.9.10 Nikon D70 © “The first white man to see Lake Louise was Tom Wilson who was … Continue reading
Lake Louise Train Station Please click on photo for larger image. Nikon D 300 © “In 1910 the Canadian Pacific Railway built a beautiful railway station at Lake Louise–rustic log walls, a roof of cedar shingles painted red, two-storey leaded … Continue reading