Friday, October 17, 2008

A shot of a nice quiet and peaceful area along the north shore of Wascana Lake. This is one of the best places in the city to watch a sunset.


17 comments:

Saretta said...

Looks peaceful!

Hilda said...

Very pretty! Looks like a nice place to take a walk. But the fact that there are no rails makes me nervous. I hope no child has yet fallen in the water!

Happy Sky Watching!
I posted a photo of a canoe Among bigger cousins for my entry.

MaryAnn Ashley said...

It is gorgeous... a perfect place for a morning cup of tea and comtemplative serenity. Beautiful!

Rod Pedersen said...

Guy,

You're going to kill me. The first print of the book did NOT give you a photo cred. I've looked into it and your name will be included in the second order. I'M SO SORRY! How can I make amends??

Rod

B. Roan said...

Very nice. Beautiful sky! BJ

Cindy said...

Your photos are absolutely breathtaking and the one you use for your blog header is just beyond stunning. What an inspiration! I'm adding you to my Friends page so I can come back again and again.
My first sky watch photo is Here

Tootie said...

I love that place and the view!

Ms. Hays said...

It really does look like a nice place to watch sunsets! I'd sure like it!

Jan said...

Beautiful, must be wonderful living near a lake.

Traci said...

I love this picture of the water. It looks so relaxing.

Aisha said...

It looks so beautiful and peaceful! Do people swim there?

Jeanne said...

Oh would I ever love to watch a sunset there. It does look so quiet and so beautiful.

Salty said...

Beautiful! Thanks for the nice comment at Country Captures, you have a very nice blog here also.

Interesting how you have both the pretty leaves and snow. Here in Pa we almost never see snow and foliage together.

Sara Chapman said...

Lovely late afternoon light. I really like your blog.

Lew said...

Beautiful shot! So is the sunset posted earlier. Thanks for visiting my sky watch.

Mike said...

I'd love to haver a wander here! Lovely.

Becky said...

I can just imagine a wonderful evening of theatre, dinner, and a walk along this lake with my husband. Heaven!

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