Thursday, December 05, 2013

An Old Fashioned Christmas & Montreal's Biosphere

Hello everyone!  A very warm welcome to you all!  The video I have chosen for this post is "An Old Fashioned Christmas" (The Carpenters).  The music and images are just lovely! Enjoy!

The photos I am sharing today are ones that I took in December 2010.  The is Montreal's Biosphere.  You just need to click on the images to see a larger view.


Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share.

24 comments:

  1. Well, it looks like you are all set for the Holidays. We are having our first snow just today down here in Oklahoma, USA.

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  2. These are great winter views
    Greetings

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  3. Nice, Linda, as always... !
    Lie(f)s.

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  4. Oh my gosh! How long will this dome be up? What is it's purpose and what is inside? It reminds me of the T.V. show called The Dome.

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  5. There is a very old geodesic dome near my home town, built by, I believe, the American Society of Metal Engineers. My dad used to point it out to us. Quite the novelty fifty years ago.

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  6. I used to listen to the Carpenters. I always enjoyed their music. That biosphere looks interesting. What is in it?

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  7. j'aime beaucoup découvrir ces phBiosphère de Montréal, sous la neige. Merci Linda, bonne soirée
    Laurence

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  8. That Biosphere certainly makes for beautiful photos. I like both of these.

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  9. I would love to decorate those trees in the first picture :)

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  10. It is taking me a long time to reply to my blog comments. I do love these photos. So peaceful. And also the video. I guess nature is the one thing we can count on. Thanks so much for visiting my blog. cheers.

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  11. I always loved the Carpenters. So sad about Karen....

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  12. It's very frigid here...I appreciate your warm welcome!

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  13. Is this dome a museum? Wonderful structure, with snow, and a tree lined street, perfect photo. Greetings from Jean

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  14. Helen Devries11:42 PM

    I'm enjoying looking at snow....butI'm so happy 'I don;






    I'm enjoying looing at snow...but very glad I don't have to live with it any more....



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  15. The biosphere is an interesting building. What is it used for?

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  16. beautiful music and photos!

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  17. I shall have to look up your city's Biosphere it is a incredible looking structure. Enjoyed the Carpenters, they sang so beautifully together.

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  18. Kauniita kuvia ja vido Kiitos Linda..♥

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  19. En tu blog ya se respira ambiente navideño de calles y parques nevados. Un abrazo,

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  20. lovely Post Linda

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  21. BELLAS FOTOS ACOMPAÑADAS DE UNA LINDA MÚSICA.
    Gracias, te felicito con un abrazo.

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  22. Oh, that top shot confirms the impression I had from your more recent post, such a delicate structure!

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  23. Great photos of that iconic structure Linda!

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