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Buildings in the Red Square Moscow - The Kremlin, State Historical Museum, Kazan Cathedral
That might be a title to a James Bond movie, i was not really an early James bond was more of the anastasia story that got me hooked into thinking of going to Russia. I never really thought i could go there... so i was actually surprised when i realized i can go :) It was old, glorious, and cold. That is my best description of russia.
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Day 6 : Don't Look Down Mister
A twenty storey skyscraper is being constructed next door to where I work. Every morning before 7am and every afternoon at 3pm a crane operator climbs and then descends this crane by foot. If you look for it you can see him in his yellow vest close to the top. His descent takes about 3 or 4 minutes and if I happen to be looking out the window, I'll stop what I'm doing and watch him take each slow step until he gets to ground level. I get nervous driving over bridges. Got nothing but respect for ...
Day 5 : Holy Expoding Salsa
A "bindi" is a forehead decoration traditionally worn in south and south east Asia. The area between the eyebrows (where the bindi is placed) is said to be the sixth chakra, ajna, the seat of "concealed wisdom". It is said to retain energy and strengthen concentration. Of course this has nothing to do with the red dot on my wife's forehead. If anything, she was lacking concentration trying to open the bottle of salsa which slipped from her hands, landed hard on the counter and exploded.
Day 5
These berries weren't the only things that froze today. If I were a guy, I'd be inclined to say my "berries" froze today too. Then again, I wouldn't be lying if I said I have berry-sized body parts... We all know which ones I'm talking about. Oh... I guess I should mention, this blog is rated PG13.
Day 4
After spending two perfect weeks with my family for the holidays, it was time to go back to Ottawa. I know I'll eventually get used to living away from my family... but for now, when it comes time to saying goodbye, I can't help but shed a tear or two... or three...
Day 3
Natural. Healthy. Mrs. Doubtfire said it best: He broke the mold when he made you, Daddy. He made you very special. (This was an accidental shot taken before bed, just as Daddy was making fun of me for having not captured my Day 3 picture on time).
Day 2
I won't lie. This message was found in Jamie's fortune cookie, not mine. I received something along the lines of "You will succeed in business." ... and, we all know how that turned out. I'm gonna have to give the fortune cookie gurus some slack though. I still count myself surrounded by true friends. In fact, I couldn't ask for truer friends than the three girls captured in the background of this photograph.
Day 1
This year, we decided to begin 2015 with something we don't always make time for: doing nothing. That meant staying in our PJs, eating New Year's Eve leftovers, and watching movies until 1am. There's something so cozy about being all together in the living room, wrapped up in blankets and listening to the clinking sound of Mummy's knitting needles while watching a good movie. I hope I'll be able to begin every new year this way.
Day 4 - This Picture is Sad
Out of focus. Poor composition. I can go on and on why this is such a sad photo. But the real reason it deserves such description is because it was taken a split second before my daughter gave me a hug goodbye before boarding her bus back to Ottawa. We won't see each other for a while. Like I said it's a sad picture, but for all its faults it captures the pivotal moment of 2015 Day 4 - and that is why I posted it.
Day 3 : Cherry Tomato Sauce
Tonight's dinner was bursting with colour....and flavour.
Jan 2 - Oh Christmas Tree
January 2nd and our Christmas tree has had just about as much as it can take, as seen from its meltdown here. Actually, this is just me having fun with shutter speed and a shaky wrist. We're putting the tree out of its misery tomorrow.
Jan 1 - Game On !
Happy New Year! So I left taking the shot for my first post to the 11th hour. Not a good start. My oldest daughter decided to take up the Picture A Day challenge as well. With midnight approaching we were both frantically snapping away on Jan 1st. Nothing artsy here. Just a simple shot of her standing on a chair aiming her camera at me as if to say, Game on Dad. Something tells me we'll need to support each other on this quest. One day down. 364 to go. Game on Gabriella.
Stellers Sea Eagle
by Stella C Eagle on December 16, 2014    View comments
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Running Great Knot
by Stella C Eagle on December 16, 2014    View comments
location - aashram at start
by agnihotrashram on December 13, 2014    View comments
Activities being seen around Aashram
Trevi Fountain Rome - Fontana di Trevi is a fountain in the Trevi district in Rome, Italy, designed by Italian architect Nicola Salvi and completed by Pietro Bracci. Standing 26.3 metres (86 ft) high and 49.15 metres (161.3 ft) wide,[1] it is the largest Baroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world.
Initially i would call it a euro-trip but the more i think about the less the term fits since we have only been to 3 out of almost 50 countries in Europe. We traveled from France to italy to switzerland to france.... with lost luggage and no extra clothes for three days, to almost getting pick-pocketed in the metro, buying the wrong train tickets, to running from drunk men who were getting arrested, boarding the wrong trains, to getting lost -- happily or not, to climbing towers- almost having a...
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