Monday, November 10, 2008

Here is a shot I took a few months ago of rowers on Wascana. Our lake is one of the premiere locations in North America to train. (My World)


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16 comments:

imac said...

looks very beautiful.

Luiz Ramos said...

Beautiful your World.

Gaelyn said...

A beautiful lake in a park setting. What a great place to row.
I used to watch the rowers on Lake Washington in Seattle, WA. They're fast.
Nice shot of your world.

ewok1993 said...

I love watching the rowers, they are so graceful. What a beautiful world you have.

Sylvia K said...

Very beautiful lake! Great shot! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Jeanne said...

What beautiful water and your composition is perfect.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

I love rowing. Wish we had better places, more beautiful, to do it around here. We don't have all that many pretty lakes or rivers.
Just mountains and desert :)

Funny that it's my first time visiting here. My husband and I were exploring the possibilities of moving to Canada one day. Saskatchewan is gorgeous.

I look forward to reading more from your blog in the future, and have added you to my Followers list, too. :)

~Lisa
New Mexico, USA

Yen said...

Beautiful! I'd love to soak up myself with tons of nature shots in that place;)

Posted mine, HERE. Have a great day! And thanks for the virtual travel;)

Carver said...

What a beautiful lake. Looks like a great place to row or just hang out and soak in the beauty.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Lovely lake!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Looks like it was a perfect day

Carletta said...

That's pretty cool - thanks for sharing your world!

Wren said...

I used to watch the Georgetown University rowers train on the Potomac River. The sculls look so graceful, almost like a living being as they glide along the water.

Thanks for sharing your world with us.

Arija said...

A pretty scene.

Maria said...

Beautiful pictures! Thank you!

mirage2g said...

What an awesome view...and the water so blue. Wow!

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