Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Antarctican, Jan 30, 2006.
Here are some shots from my point-n-shoot camera. I love the rocky look of Georgian Bay.
love the inukshuk shot.
try making them smaller next time.... I have a 20" widescreen and found them hard to view. cheers
Cool shots Antarctican. What a beautiful place. I have never gone hiking there before, but would love to one day . I looks so clean.
The second is a great shot. Very nice.
Great shots. They really make me wish it was summer.
Nice shooting, they look fine here. We were up at 12 Mile bay this past summer.. Great place!! too rocky! Daisy nicked a rock with the prop.. ouch!
The second one is really nice.
And the third reminds me of the islands off the Swedish coast, somehow.
Thanks everyone for your kind comments on my first post!
wow... i missed these, girl..and i am so sorry....
these are very good...but i love the shot of the inukshuk looks so cool...i have never heard or seen them before.....
way to go...!! and hey, antarctian.... would you please keep posting???
There goes Chilley taking the words right outta my mouth again...........................:thumbup:
An Inukshuk (pronounced in-NOOK-shook) is a stone landmark used as a milestone or directional marker by the Inuit (formerly called eskimos) of the Canadian Arctic. They come in varying sizes and are quite striking to see in person. You never used to see them around but bit by bit they are becoming more common in parks and gardens (the inukshuks that is, not the Inuit!). When the Olympic games come to Vancouver in 2010, the logo for that Games has an Inukshuk on it. [/lesson] Something about them really appeals to me.
Thanks Aprilraven and Photogal for your comments. Warms the cockles of my heart. And there's nothing worse than cold cockles.
Nice shots, I like the second one the best.
LOL, you sure weren't the first and won't be the last to nick a rock with the prop up there. (Usually it's the rock that nicks the prop.) It's a dangerous place for boats, especially sailboats like I used to sail up there. Their keels reach down just a wee bit further than a prop.
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