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Friday, November 12, 2010

Friday My Town Shoot Out | Over My Head |

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Well here's a shot of my younger sister and I, and as you can see, she is at least an inch or so over my head ! When did this happen !!!

Some interesting architecture that gave me a crick in the neck while I was shooting it!






And some fall colors over head ...



A lone gull swooped silently over my head too...


but he wasn't lonely for long ...


And that's it for me this week, now I'm off to get a neck massage!!!

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11 comments:

Jama said...

I like the second shot best.

GingerV said...

I love the photo of you and your sister. I have 4 sisters and not one photo of us loving each other. lucky girl.
good shoot-out

In the eye of the beholder said...

That is interesting Architure! and great fall colors. Is your little sister still taller than you?

DawnTreader said...

I especially like that third picture with the tower...

Ann said...

My 2 girls two, 4 years different, Then the younger one grow 1/2 inch taller. Because she is very slim, she looks much taller.

Heather T. said...

You have talent! These are very well seen and edited, hon - great job sharing your view. And the younger sister being taller...my two oldest boys will be in the same boat one day, and then...their littlest brother (12, 10, 5) will tower over the both of them :)

Keep up the good work.

Kerry said...

Beautiful architectural details on that building; is it a church? Is this in Vancouver, BC? Or some smaller town? I like the picture of you and your sister, too, and it fits the theme this week so well!

Doreen said...

cute shot of you two! after that one, the next three are fantastic shots! love the architecture. can gaze at them for hours.

Rebecca said...

I love interesting architecture! It is worth the crick in the neck!

Joanna said...

I love love love the second shot!

Michelle said...

Enjoyed the pictures. Thanks!