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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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Happy Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine's Day Everyone!  I looked around and found this couple kissing (from the Our Miramichi Heritage Photos) and found it rather cool as it seems to be triple exposed!


Then I went searching in my albums for something red for Valentine's Day.  I came across me in a red dress, (1988).


This is my little "sweetheart" grand daughter, Katie Rose with a red flower in her hair.
 Of course, I had to include The Red Shoes, I started the dance at the Moulin Rouge in Paris with this shoes on in October, 2012!  A young lad from the South of USA and I started the dance and then the floor filled up with dancers, I guess they were just waiting for someone to start!!!!

I will finish off with a red rose from the garden after a rain last August.

Well, that's all I could come up with, a couple kissing, a red dress, a red flower in my Katie Rose's hair, shoes that started the dance at Moulin Rouge in Paris (with a handsome lad) and a red rose with a bud. 

For more loving pictures, make sure to go to www.sepiasaturday.blogspot.com and beware of that Cupid Lad and his arrows.....

13 comments:

  1. I enjoyed your cheery choice of red as your Valentine theme,

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  2. A lovely selection Rosie and a nice link to the theme. Never throw those shoes away!

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  3. The triple exposure is very intriguing - what a story you could make out of that! I loved all the reds you selected but specially the swoony red shoes. Never, never part with them - what a memory.

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  4. I agree with Helen about those wonderful dressy red sandals. When I got married my new hubby was driving a Karmann Ghia with very little room to carry anything with us so I had most of my clothing shipped to my new home & he was dumbstruck when a box of 22 pairs of high heels arrived. I did wear them all when I was working, though. They didn't come in very handy living in the woods and mountains, however, so they slowly gave way to loafers, moccasins, and flip flops. The only time I really miss them is when I see a picture of a pretty pair - like your red ones. But the moment passes. Loafers and moccasins are very comfortable! That 3-exposure picture is quite something, by the way! :)

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  5. A very uplifting post.

    The first photo is wonderful. It is very romantic, in a ghostly way!

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  6. I was really drawn in to the photo of the couple from your heritage photo collection. Following up with the red theme was a great idea. Moulin Rouge? Okay. I see ya. :)

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  7. I like the multi-exposure photo.

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  8. I enjoyed the 3 exposure one...remember back when film allowed us to do this, and the "red theme"...but ah, dancing shoes for the Moulin Rouge are supreme...and I'd love to have the memories you must have attached to them!

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  9. A very sweet post for Valentine's Day.

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  10. The multiple exposure shot is quiet wonderful. And amazing story could unfold.

    All of your red made me smile, but never as nicely as your granddaughter.

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