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July 13, 2016: A Work In Progress

Pity the poor creatures in warmer countries where the seasons never change, where summer is eternal and they never know  the pain of waiting and the joy at last when summer comes. – Ray Guy

 

It’s still early days, but the summer of 2016 has already served up a wealth of  memorable moments  and sightings. These include:

 

A leap into Lake Superior,

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Amethyst Harbour, ON

 

Shadows on the wall,

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Trois-Rivières, QC

 

Golden light on a golden retriever,

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Amethyst Harbour, ON

 

A tractor trot for those not in a hurry,

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 Richards Landing, ON

 

An up-close peek at aviation history,

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Gimli, MB

 

Backlit wildflowers,

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Near Montreal River Harbour, ON

 

A salty Saskatchewan slough,

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Near Chaplin, SK

 

Cumulonimbus buildup over the prairie,

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Near Regina, SK

 

A gathering storm,

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Near Moosomin, SK

 

Clearing skies, albeit barely.

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Near Moosomin, SK

 

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Due to my travel schedule, I have been unable to update the Carey Management Philanthropy Photos gallery for this issue of the Focal Point blog. Also, any orders for prints will be filled in September. Thank you for your understanding.

 

Always looking forward to your comments.

 

daniel@careymgmt-philanthropyphotos.com

 

The Parting Shots:

Summertime may seem carefree, but behind the curtain there are people hard at work making sure our vacations are filled with good times. At Wallace & Carey’s sprawling Calgary facility, assembler Raman Brar keeps the conveyor moving with orders destined for southern Alberta and beyond.

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Calgary, AB

 

On a sweltering day in June, Beaudry & Cadrin driver Normand  Desrosiers delivers supplies to a convenience store stocking up for Quebec’s Fête nationale break.

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Trois-Rivières, QC

 

 

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