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Downtown Geometry

Empire Living Centre.

empire

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Grass & Frost

Delicacy from Mother Nature.

Delicate Curves

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Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Herons are found on Lake Nosbonsing. They are quite wary and they tend to jump up and fly away when they think you are getting too close. “Too close” is usually about twice as far as you think it should be because you mean them no harm.

But they don’t know that and so they take no chances.

They are elegant and graceful flyers, their large wings making beautiful curves as they move through the air.

 

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Fern II

Fern

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June 9, 2015 · 8:41 AM

Leaves & Berries

Textures and lines and curves and shapes add up to an interesting composition.

Leaves & Berries Monochrome

All courtesy of Mother Nature.

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Grasses

Sweetman’s Garden.

_MG_8189 Galer Line Art

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Leaves Branches

Sweetman’s Garden is not just about flowers.

Leaves Branches Line Art

There is much more there to feed the eye and excite the soul.

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Meanders

Spring poked its head out earlier last week and then retreated.

Winter-Meanders

These tracings in the snow are evidence of that event.

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Curves & Rocks

A photo from Voyageur times perhaps?

Portage Park Trout Lake.

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Autumn Abstract II

Grass in the ditch of Highway 63.

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Rhythmic Trees

The natural curves in trees can produce very rhythmic photographs.

Undulations similar to those employed by dancers.

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Curves

Curves are everpresent in nature.

These reeds growing this past fall near my place have some of the most gentle and elegant curves to be seen

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Steps

Steps at the Lake Nipissing end of the pedestrian underpass from downtown.

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Waterfront Underpass

For years the Waterfront was cut off from the downtown of North Bay by railway yards.  The railway has removed all but one track and a pedestrian tunnel and walkway has been built in the past year.  Easy access to the Lake is now available.

The walkway ends at the lakeshore at the most sensuous concrete steps I’ve seen.

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Curves

The curves of the branches under the snow attracted me to this scene.

They will recover when the snow melts today.

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