Sunday Trees and Deb’s Afar (Photo Challenges)

Hello – I am combining Sunday Trees with Deb’s Sunday One-Word, which is Afar here. 

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For part of June, I was “afar” from home and had the chance to visit family.

Part of my trip included time in Ontario, Canada. I grabbed some shots from a beach that was special to me from my growing up days. I will write more about this beach later because today’s post is all about photographs.

Ontario, Canada June 2018
This flip-flop is “afar” from its owner- and this picture shows a privacy barrier that is broken down. It has been this way for years and it looks like the two sides are no longer worried about folks crossing over. I  like that  – let’s all share the beach with unity. 

 

Linking to Sunday Trees 345

 

Some nice conversating happens here. And it is funny to me that the SUV to the right is actually the beater car in my sister’s family. It has 300,000 miles and is a little rickety (it does not look it) – but it also guzzles gas big-time

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Hope you have a nice rest of your Sunday.

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36 thoughts on “Sunday Trees and Deb’s Afar (Photo Challenges)

    1. I did not make it to Toronto this visit ( I almost squeezed in a trip there but did not work out) was an hour away – and the flip flop reminded me of lost socks (well sorta)

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      1. Oh, lost socks! Now I remember on one trip, the heel (2″ high”) of one shoe broke. I dragged my shoes for a distance almost like limping.

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  1. (EN) Love the first and the third images and… blogger Y “afar” is the best piece of this post😉
    (IT) Mi piacciono molto la prima e la terza immagine e…blogger Y “lontana” è il pezzo migliore di questo post😉

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  2. Those places from our youth! They pull at our heart strings and take us back to what always feels like simpler times when the biggest decision we had to make was possibly what to wear that day! We marvel at the differences between the past and the present and relive some special moments and people, in our minds. When I saw the path, to the beach I wondered if it was like this for you, Yvette?

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    1. Hi – no – it was not like that when we went – the walk way was different and actually this is not the side we frequented – but it is now where my sister has a place along the shore –
      and so many places have that haunting tug – at times….
      and I am extra glad to come home tho
      🙂

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