I’m delighted to be hosting the Sunday Stills photography challenge while host Terri Webster Schrandt continues her blogging break.
Thank you to everyone who joined me for the Sunday Stills photography challenge last week. I appreciate your beautiful photography and fun conversations. I’ve compiled the list of In The Garden Bloggers’ Links at the end of this post for easy reference.
This week’s theme: Afloat
What do you think of when you hear the word ‘Afloat’? I think of floating art, aquatic plants, water birds, and boats that I’ve seen this summer. Let me share a few photos with you.
The Peacemaker’s Canoe
This temporary art exhibit is floating in Toronto’s Harbour. It’s a geometric, reflective shape that forms into a mirrored crescent bobbing on the water like a canoe.
I love observing aquatic life and floating houses when I’m out paddling within Toronto Islands. There are people living in houses on Ward’s Island and a number of floating homes and houseboats in various marinas.
This floating house has a nice painting on the side and pretty potted flowers at the front ‘porch’ and the upper deck. It also has a red kayak ready to go.
Toronto’s waterfront has several marinas and piers for all kinds of boats, tall ships, and yachts. The marinas are full in the summer. There are also places where I can rent a kayak or a paddle board and go paddling.
Visitors can book boat tours to sail in Toronto Harbour or take the ferry or water taxis to go to Toronto Islands. In the following photo, see how many things are afloat on the water.
Those are a few interesting things that I saw afloat. I captured all of the above photos with my cell phone. Shared for #CellpicSunday.
I’m looking forward to seeing all your entries for this week’s Sunday Stills photography challenge. I’m hosting Sunday Stills again next week when the theme is ‘Colourful Murals’.
How to participate in the Sunday Still photography challenge
- Please create a new post for the theme.
- Title the post a little differently than mine.
- Enter the link party by clicking on the InLinkz button below and follow the prompt.
- If you’re on WordPress, remember to create a pingback to this post so that other participants can read your post. I also recommend adding your post’s URL into the comments.
- Entries for this theme can be shared all week (not just on a Sunday).
- Use the hashtag #SundayStills for sharing on social media.
In The Garden Bloggers’ Links
Below are the last week’s links from bloggers who shared their gardens or garden visits with their beautiful photos:
- Always Write
- Blog of Hammad Rais
- Cats and Trails and Garden Tales
- Deb’s World
- Denyse Whelan Blogs
- Graham’s Island
- Travel With Me
- Troyers Loving Life
- Wandering Dawgs
- Wind Kisses
- Working On Exploring
Have a great week!
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