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Merry Christmas!

 


Good Night!

The shortest day of the year ended with lovely sunset.

 


Crimson Sunrise


Last November Morning


Holiday Season is Coming!

We are again waiting for the Magic Holiday – Christmas! Aurora Winter Festival is in the city of Toronto!


Good Morning!


Snow…

On Remembrance Day, November 11 we had a huge snowstorm which last for 14 hours and in the morning we found the Winter Wonderland around. It is too early for the winter but we cannot complain. Mother Nature knows what is better for us. We just have to accept and enjoy!


Street Sculptures – Minsk


National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada, located in the capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, is Canada’s premier art gallery. The Gallery is now housed in a glass and granite building on Sussex Drive with a notable view of the Canadian Parliament buildings on Parliament Hill.

Window to the Sky

 

Spider

 

National Gallery of Canada

 

National Gallery of Canada – Passage

 

Window to Ottawa


Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica, Ottawa

The Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica is a Roman Catholic minor basilica in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada located on 385 Sussex Drive in the Lower Town neighbourhood.


Ottawa – Capital of Canada

Ottawa Skyline

 

Ottawa Parliament Hill

 

FAIRMONT CHÂTEAU LAURIER, OTTAWA

 

Ottawa Canal

 

Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica

 

Canal Rideau

 

ByWard Market

 

Lazy afternoon

 

Parliament


Hamilton Old Car Show

Hamilton Old Car Show

While watching movies about 70s, 60s, 50s, 40s, even 30s all the time questioning myself where do they get so many old cars. Recently I found the answer on Hamilton Old Car Show. There were hundreds of beautiful old cars there. And it is only in one Canadian city. So, would you imagine how many that kind of cars there are around North America.

Ford Deluxe, 1937

 

Cadillac Fleetwood/Daramax Swap, 1963

 

Buick Riviera

 

Studebacker

 

Once Upon A Time this Car was an Ugly one

 

Ford, 1934

KTD, Kool Disel Performance

 

Ford, 1936

 

Ford Model “A”, 1931

 

Ford Victoria, 1932

 

Chevrolet

 

Desoto, 1940

 

Ford Model “A”, 1930


Lonely Sail

Lonely Sail


The Birth of the Day

To show the beauty of sunrise on Lake Ontario in Oakville

The Birth of the Day


Image

Sunflower


Gianicolo

Rome from the above

Janiculum Hill, considered by many as the eighth hill of Rome, is a peaceful and refreshing attraction close to the city center. As you walk up its pathways, you’ll enjoy superb views of the city.

Janiculum became very popular due to the important historical rolethat it played in the defence of the city. Becoming the setting for the battle in which Garibaldi repelled an attack from French troops, its paths are full of sculptures of the heroes, including Giuseppe Garibaldi.

Gianicolo Hill

Gianiculum Terreca is the best place to observe Rome from the above. It is not only for that purpose there are a lot of interesting things to see there.  The Park of famous people busts, the beautiful sycamore alleys, lighthouse, and of course the best view of St. Peter’s Cathedral Dome.

 

Garibaldi

 

Equestrian monument of Anita Garibaldi

 

Gianicolo Park of Busts

 

Alley

 

Sycamore Alley

 

Manfredi Lighthouse

 

The Best view of St.Peter Cathedral Dome

 

LOVE!

 

Love is flying above the city and you can see that all over around the Gianicolo Hill.

 

Us


Trampoline – Canadian Championship 2019

This event brings together Canada’s best national level and high performance junior and senior gymnasts who will challenge for the title of Canadian Champion in men’s and women’s individual and synchronized trampoline, tumbling, and double mini-trampoline.
(To see full format picture click any picture in gallery.)


Ancient and Modern

Fonatana del Moro


Piazza Navona, Rome

Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona is the beautiful tourist place – square of three fountains.

Fountain of Neptune

 

Fiumi Fountain

 

Fontana del Moro


Trevi Fountain

Trevi Fountian

The name ‘Trevi’ means ‘three-ways’ and is said to refer to the junction of three roads on Piazza dei Cruciferi. There was also a famous Goddess named Trivia. She protected the streets of Rome and had three heads so she could see everything going on around her.  She would always stand on the corners where three streets met.

The Greek sea God Oceanus

 

The triton and the horse

 

Piazza di Trevi


Colosseum, Rome


The Colosseum is listed as one of the New7Wonders of the World.

There are two facts impressed me mostly after visiting this tourist object.

This huge and complicated engineering construction has been built just in seven years. The Colosseum is an immense work of engineering, and needed professional, skilled workers. Slaves would only have been used in the quarries to quarry the stone needed.

Nowadays we can see just skeleton of that beautiful masterpiece. It happened not just because of time and nature disasters but people. All the numerous statues and marble tiles from exterior and interior decor have been robbed by Romans to build their own palaces. Even Vatican took place in that robbery.

Only one’s imagination can draw the real view of this Architectural, Engineering and Art Masterpiece.


Wake Up and Sing

Morning Tranquility

 

Oakville – Toronto

 

Lake Side Park, Oakville

 

Wake Up and Sing

 

Gulls and Lighthouse

 

Parallel


My Neighbour – Fox

My Neighbour – Fox

Lately we have a lot of foxes in our neighbourhood. They are not afraid people anymore and behave like human is the guest in their environment. Probably they are right?!

Fox Family


June Morning

June Morning

 

Fly me to the Sun

 

Summer Sunrise