On the Move at Toronto Harbour …


Weekly Photo Challenge: On The Move

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A tall ship redux …

Last summer I had an opportunity to go boating on Lake Ontario when the tall ships, and other sailing vessels, were bounding around Toronto harbour.

Herewith a few moments “on the move.”

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On water

past and present

 

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On the Move

fly by

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Heat wave

heat wave

 

For further images of this delightful afternoon, check out

Tall Ships on the Horizon

and

More Tall Ships on the Horizon.

Thanks for visiting …

Dorothy 🙂

©Dorothy Chiotti, Aimwell CreativeWorks 2014

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Shout Outs

Ohm Sweet Ohm

Paul van der Werff

Tanza-Longs

Memory Catcher

Six Degrees Photography

10 thoughts on “On the Move at Toronto Harbour …

    • Oh, they are quite majestic. It was so much fun being so close to them in the water. I hope you had a chance to check out the other two blog posts. Some lovely moments captured there, too. 😉 … Thanks for stopping by …

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  2. Hi Dorothy.

    Firstly, thank you very much for the shout out to my own contribution!! I greatly appreciate it and feel very honoured.

    Secondly, lovely shots yourself. It must have been a great delight to be out on the water in amongst all those tall ships.

    Paul

    • Thank you, Paul. It really was fun to be on the water. I don’t get out in a boat very often so that was a special treat. … And you’re most welcome. I like your images and that’s why I included your post. Thanks for stopping by and be well, Dorothy 🙂

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