WWC - two weeks worth (again)

Yes, I keep falling behind. I feel I have a pretty good excuse for last week though... there was no way I was going out in sub -30 C weather to get a photo, but I really wanted this photo.

Last weeks words were Sports & Americana (or in my case Canadiana):

This is the one I have been trying to get since summer.
It is a replica of course. It would also work for Canadiana.


This weeks words are Bear and 'Out of Place'

Yes, we do puzzles every year and this guy was so cute.

 This 'Penny-Farthing' is out of place, but makes an interesting weather-vane.

I hope you all enjoyed - I know, I usually have many more photos, but, it is hard to stop for a photo in a snowstorm (another one).

I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas!



Leah J. Utas said...

Reb, until your photos, and the unique perspective you have that brings them, I never thought of Edmonton as being so interesting.
Love the weathervane.

the Bag Lady said...

That penny farthing weathervane is very cool!

Great photos, sis. (And I agree with Leah - I never thought of Edmonton as all that interesting, either!)

Jay said...

That weather vane is different. I love it.

messymimi said...

Merry Christmas, and these photos were just right.

Reb said...

Leah, thank you. It is amazing what you find with a camera in front of you :) (as you well know)

Sis, thanks. You could do the same for GP as I am doing for EDM, you just have to look :)

Jay thanks. That is from a bike shop - used to hang on the wall inside before they moved to the new location.

Messymimi, thanks, glad you liked them.

Anonymous said...

You braved the weather to take photos for us? I am impressed! And as you know, I am NEVER bored or disappointed by what you choose to post. :)
After all of your my-town-Monday posts, I've been wanting to visit Edmonton!

Hilary said...

Love that weather vane. You never disappoint and you're always worth the wait.

Dianne said...

merry happy kiddo

love your photos

Reb said...

Kcinnova, it was quite warm when I took those photos. I hope you do get to come and visit one day.

Hilary, thanks - I compare it to bad cooking..if you make them wait, anything tastes good ;)

Dianne, thanks, I'm glad you like.

Crabby McSlacker said...

I'd say 30 below and snowstorms is a pretty good reason for not having a ton of photos, and the ones you put up are quite lovely, especially the weathervane.

Keep warm and happy holidays!

Reb said...

Thanks Crabby.

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Enjoyable as always!

Merry Christmas to you.


Reb said...

Thanks Terrie.