Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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Thursday, January 10, 2013

For SepiaSaturday's 200th anniversary


This week, for Sepia Saturday, I choose some pictures of when my sister






Happy 200th anniversary SepiaSaturday



39 comments:

  1. Not to get you more confused, but I still see underlining if I hover over the words next to the pictures. If I click on the words, I get an enlarged picture, so my guess is the picture and words have somehow merged. It can probably be corrected in editing by hitting "Enter" several times between the picture and words. I don't know -- I'm not a blogging geek, by any means. Anyway, your pictures are lovely. Another photo shoot is a must!

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  2. I can see why you wanted to post the pictures of your sister, They make a fine collection. I just want to know whether there was amything in that picnic hamper.

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  3. @Wendy- I had just changed my browser from Internet Explorer to Firefox, I will have to get used to it, all the kinks should be straightened out by the next time I post.

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  4. @Bob, of course there was something in that hamper, a person can get pretty thirsty at the beach.....

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  5. Lovely Photos.. looks nice weather as well!

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  6. Women, hats and umbrella's make fine combinations! Nice shots.

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  7. These are really lovely 'arty' shots Rose. I do hope you two manage to get together this year - families are so important.

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  8. Rose,Lovely Photos All.Especially the final one..very relaxed!

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  9. Don't forget the wine, Peter! Only visible in one shot, but i think we can guess the contents of the basket. These were fun. I hope you have another photo shoot.

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  10. Oh so glamorous Rosie. Wonderful photographs dating from a tiome when getting the right photograph was a technical challenge rather than a click of a mobile phone button.

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  11. Hi Rose,,That was a special day,,,thanks for the lovely pictures and that one beer we split for the picnic...LOL
    I would definitely love another photo shoot with you, you make me look beautiful...LOL
    See you see,,Love Jeanette

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  12. See you soon,,early morning here and only on my second cup of tea,LOL

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  13. Wow, these are just great! I really like how you displayed them too>

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  14. Beautiful pictures! It looks like a professional photoshoot. I'd liked to have such picnic basket. Actualy it's on my wishlist for my next birthday.

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  15. With this umbrella, it is very much like a painting by Berthe Morrisot.
    Nice pics!!
    :)~
    HUGZ

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  16. Looks like a proper picnic to me...hat, parasol, hamper and wineglasses. Lovely photos.

    Dee

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  17. Well worth a second show and a great addition to our celebration volume.

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  18. I love the idea of a picnic on the beach with a parasol and picnic basket. Too bad winter's on the horizon or I just might be tempted. Fun post!

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  19. I hope you two got together this summer. Your photos make me miss the beach.

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  20. Perfectly Beautiful And Happy.Wonderful Photos!

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  21. I hope you made it to the beach again this year. How do you find such an empty beach?

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    2. @Bob, this is Bay du Vin (Bay of Wine in English I guess), in Bay du Vin, New Brunswick. It was an unusually cool day, so not too many people around, great for our photo shoot.

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  22. I am sure I missed this post the first time, wonderful beach photos in full dress. I wondered why not in bathing suits, but you say it was a cool day. You must have had special treats in that hamper.

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    1. We had to leave something to the imagination Patrica....LOL

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  23. Super photographs, Rosie. The last in the sequence sums up the spirit of the day, fun and relaxed.

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  24. Wonderful pictures -- I remembered this post the minute I saw the first one.

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  25. I really like how your conversion of the photos to B/W adds to the sentimental quality. Printed on card stock, they might be mistaken for vintage photos.

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    1. Actually Mike, I had a black and white film in my camera at the time. If they were printed on canvas, would look pretty vintage too.....

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  26. Very elegant beach ladies. Great post for Sepia Saturday 200! :)

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  27. A lovely choice Rosie; I’m glad it’s going in the book.

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  28. I like the first photo best. I've never done a photo shoot- will have to try it some time.

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  29. @BooBook----It's best to have a photo shoot with someone you are very comfortable with, after that, it's a piece of cake....

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  30. A rug and a picnic basket. Now that's what I call a decent picnic ! Lovely photos.

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  31. That looks like it was fun, and I like your photos.

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  32. It was fun for you two to make up poses and smile and shoot. The beach looks like a great place to be.

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  33. Lovely pictures.
    And may you have many more opportunities with your sister,
    at the beach and elsewhere.
    Thanks for sharing again!!
    :)~
    HUGZ

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